Peter Murray Advocates for Safer Cycling in London (VIDEO)

November 25, 2014 12:40 PM

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Self-proclaimed cycling aficionado Peter Murray has a thing or two to say about London's infrastructure, a city that's widely known to be not particularly cyclist-friendly. With his lifelong experience in architecture and as chairman of New London Architecture, he was one of three chosen experts to make it onto mayor Boris Johnson's design advisory board, alongside Roger Hawkins of Hawkins/Brown and Sunand Prasad of Penoyre & Prasad. All have been assigned one of London's boroughs, where they will provide design advice for the proposed projects bringing safe cycling to the UK's capital.

Enfield, Kingston and Waltham Forest received the so-called mini-Holland status, each having been granted £30m for changes.

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