Forbes: Cyclists Spend 40% More In London's Shops Than Motorists
New research from Transport for London (TfL) claims that people walking, cycling and using public transport spend more than motorists in local shops. Conducted by Matthew Carmona from University College London's Bartlett School of Planning, the research reveals that those not in cars spend 40% more each month in neighborhood shops than motorists.
The research was conducted in areas of London which have benefitted from Dutch-style streetscape improvements, such as the addition of cycleways.
Continue reading the full article by Carlton Reid at Forbes.