Johnson pledges two billion pounds to encourage walking and cycling British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to spend two billion pounds ($ 2.

Johnson pledges two billion pounds to encourage walking and cycling


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to spend two billion pounds ($ 2.6 billion) on walking and biking projects in England, as part of a drive to improve public health and maximize the shift away from driving during the Corona virus pandemic, according to Reuters.
Earlier on Monday, Johnson used his struggle with weight to urge the British to become more fit as his government announced plans to ban TV and online food ads before 9 pm.
The government wants to reduce the demand for the Public Health Authority, which will have to treat any increase in cases of coronavirus infection during the winter, in addition to the pressures resulting from annual seasonal diseases such as influenza.
"From helping people to become more fit and healthy and reduce their risk of disease, to improve air quality and reduce overcrowding, cycling and walking will play a big role in dealing with some of the biggest health and environmental challenges we face," Johnson said.
The plans include building thousands of miles of protected bicycle routes, setting higher standards for cycling infrastructure, creating at least a "zero-emission city transportation center" and facilitating access to electric bicycles.
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