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The funding allocation to support the Cycle City Ambition Programme over the next three years has been announced by the Government. Together Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich and Oxford will share a total of £114 million. The aim of the funding is to get more people cycling by improving and developing local cycle networks, improving accessibility and road safety for cyclists.

Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester will each receive the largest share at £22 million. The remaining allocations vary between £3.3m for Oxford up to £19 million for Bristol.

Follow the link for more details on cycle funding.

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