City Planners expect a 20% increase in morning peak journeys over the next 8 years. However, they plan that the number travelling by car will have to fall by 25% if the city centre is to cope. This will reduce car journeys to just 1 in 5 in the morning peak. A big jump is planned for cyclists who are expected to more than treble. This growth will be facilitated through planned “Primary Cycle Routes”, while walkers will have strategic pedestrian routes. This will represent a step change in the way we view movement in our capital.