Support the campaign

One of the simplest ways of supporting the campaign is to become a follower of our Twitter feed. A huge number of followers isn’t everything, but having a wide social-media reach is seen by many as a measure of success.

This site was created to oppose an “Unblock the Embankment” campaign that aims for the removal of the Embankment cycleway. That campaign has far fewer followers than this one but, critically, it might have the ear of decision makers. Creating a social-media fuss is therefore worthwhile – it could possibly influence some influencers.


"the building’s sales website highlights not the closest major roads but the proximity to the Embankment’s protected Cycle Superhighway." https://t.co/Of4XFw1IjX

A Daily Mail writer gets facts wrong? Tell us it's not so! https://t.co/vvEuZKT6gT

Embankment cycleway shots included in this piece: https://t.co/x83LjKykzB
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Carlton Reid @carltonreid
Bicycling Could Help Save The Planet, Says IPPC Climate Report. By me, on @Forbes https://t.co/ZSBe8qzuTI https://t.co/9vvlpBdAKb

Snowflake shock-jock to report @tfl to ASA. @nickFerrari sees red over lack of cars in Cycle Superhighway ad. https://t.co/sEZ4aipltB https://t.co/1JLRHhwzaP unblockembankm1 photo

18 percent increase in folks using Embankment cycleway. "Just"? https://t.co/wTzxf6PbAo unblockembankm1 photo
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