No targets for walkers or cyclists to London 2012 games

No targets for walkers or cyclists to London 2012 games
The Government has admitted it has not put in place any targets for convincing people living in London, whether just for the Olympics or permanently to walk or cycle to venues.

Promoting bikes and walking should be the top priority
It won’t make a difference as people will use public transport
I wouldn't go to the games as London's too congested now

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