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Growing the evidence base that cycling is good for health and the economy

Date: July 2013
Category: Report
Work programme: Active sustainable travel
Author: Fiona Crawford

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Summary of the seminar 'Growing the evidence base that cycling is good for health and the economy' held at St Andrew's in the Square, Glasgow on 21st May 2013.

The event launched GCPH Briefing Paper 37: Cycling is good for health and the economy, which estimated an annual health economic benefit of £4 million, accrued from cycle trips in and out of Glasgow city centre.

The seminar featured presentations from:

- Fiona Crawford, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
- Nick Cavill, Cavill Associates
- Bruce Whyte, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
- Chris Paterson, MVA Consultancy
- Collin Little, Glasgow City Council