Event on Tuesday 8th April: Urban Forum by Cities@Manchester

"Can Manchester become a cycling city?" 

Cycling is increasingly becoming a preferred mode of transport in cities around the world. What is the state of cycling in Manchester and what is its potential to become a cycle-friendly city in the coming years? In this panel discussion, we will explore the transformation of Manchester into a cycle city.

Panelists include:

James Evans, University of Manchester (chair)
Pete Abel, Love Your Bike
Kate Chappell, Manchester City Council
Steve Connor, Creative Concern
Graeme Sherriff, University of Salford

This cities@manchester Urban Forum will be followed by refreshments and informal discussion. This is a free event but please register via http://cyclingcity.eventbrite.co.uk/

For those cycling to the event, please see the following link for a map showing nearby bike parking facilities:  http://goo.gl/Zse4dl  
There are a few bike parking options (blue signs on the map) on Hulme Street and Chester Street. There is also the opportunity to lock bikes at metal railings (light blue signs on map) on Hulme Street.



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