In practice portrait by Timothy Soar’s captures Chris Dyson and his interest in the impact of the pandemic on transport

Chris is working on a project to encourage cycling as a safe and secure way to move around the city:


“We all make our own choices about getting to work, much as we did before the lockdown. Some cycle, walk or scoot just to stay fit and healthy. These are personal choices as they have always been. I’m interested in how these pandemics will affect our cities and transport, and have been a part of an initiative called Bikelines, aimed at getting people back to work safely on big cycleways radiating from the centre of London out to the suburbs. We are pitching at a high level as the details are very complex. The aim is to encourage cycling for all as a safe and secure way to move around our city.”

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