El­e­ments readers have spo­ken

Element - - Transport -

El­e­ment mag­a­zine has been run­ning an on­line sur­vey at el­e­ment­magazine.co.nz on what it would take to get peo­ple who are cur­rently cy­clists out on the road. By far the big­gest re­sponse at 70 per cent was for ded­i­cated cy­cle lanes sep­a­rated from the road on busy routes. Next at 34 per cent was a sim­ple in­crease in road-marked cy­cle lanes, fol­lowed by 21 per cent of re­spon­dents say­ing noth­ing could en­tice them onto the road as Auck­land driv­ers were too crazy. Five per cent of re­spon­dents would cy­cle if hel­met laws were scrapped. Sharp-eyed readers would no­tice the fig­ures above add up to more than 100 per cent – re­spon­dents were al­lowed to vote for more than one op­tion.

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