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Enfys scheme gains pace

In recent months, the Enfys Cycle Scheme has begun to rack up its first mileage. Fresh on the back of a stellar year for Great Britain’s elite cyclists, Cardiff has stepped up to integrate the nation’s new found love for cycling within its infrastructure. 

New signs to Cardiff Bay depicting the new cycle routes

The plan, strategised 2010 following a brief to the Local Transport Project (LTP) organisation, aims to provide safe cycling routes for Cardiff’s residents to key destinations across the city.

Cardiff Council’s Cheryl Owen pointed out that on top of reducing congestion, the success of cyclists such as Wales’s Geraint Thomas has really added extra impetus. 

“It’s like a perfect storm. With all the success of the athletes, central government interest has really gone up, allowing us to provide this new network to Cardiff”

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