LSE Cycling Survey 2015

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In 2014, a School survey conducted to understand commuting habits showed that at least 40% of journeys made by students and staff were made on foot or by bicycle. The survey responses suggested that more could be done to improve cycle facilities and safety on the campus and in neighbouring areas. In this new survey, conducted during Summer Term 2015, staff and students were asked to share their views on cycling to and around the LSE campus. The survey aimed to help improve local cycling infrastructure and on-campus facilities by collecting data on cycling routes and travel patterns.

This report is sponsored by the Sustainable Projects Fund, which provides funding and support for student and staff initiatives to enhance LSE’s environmental sustainability. The Fund is run by the LSESU Sustainable Futures Society, with support from the LSE Estates Division.