Crews Hole Consultation

    A public meeting is to be held to discuss the Crews Hole Road / Beaufort Rd Traffic Scheme on Wednesday 6 November at 7pm, Woodwise Academy, Crews Hole Rd BS5 8BB. The plans can be viewed at St George Library and hopefully soon on the St George Neighbourhood Partnership website. This will be a chance to view the proposed changes, listen to the reasons behind…

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Campaign Responds to Clarence Road Consultation

  The deadline for the Clarence Road scheme officially closed on Sunday 25 August, however the Cycling Campaign managed to submit its response just in the nick of time:               Nick Pates Highways and Traffic Wilder House  Public Consultation – proposed cycle facility Clarence Road 26 August 2013   Dear Nick Bristol Cycling Campaign…

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Stop Pinching Bikes

20 of Bristol’s cycling pinch points In celebrating the successes of the two and a half years of the Greater Bristol Cycling City project (2008-2011) it was suggested that one achievement had been to bring cycling to the centre of council policy. Bristol Cycling Campaign’s experience of changes to the highway network (on-road and off-road) over the last 5…

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A Modest Proposal #2: Bristol Promenades Routes

We’ve been given agreement to share with you some plans that we have been helping with for Promenade Routes in Bristol. These are a set of proposals by John Grimshaw to enhance all of Bristol’s waterside quays, towpaths and walkways to create popular promenades to further promote walking and cycling in the area. Bristol’s riversides and docks have long…

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Freeways & Quietways Take Shape

We are resurrecting work started in the optimistic age of the Cycling City project to put a stake in the ground on a Strategic Cycling Network for the Bristol area. The aim is that all new schemes and developments in the area will have to take account of the Strategy and that future cycleway construction is prioritised in terms…

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Inner Loop Presented to Mayor

 We’ve put together a short briefing document for the Mayor and his Transport Advisors which we’d like to share with you here. It’s great that this is getting some interest and would be good to get some ongoing input into our plans and campaigns.

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A Modest Proposal #3: Inner Loop Proposal

The Bristol Cycling Campaign is putting together a proposal to City Hall for a segregated loop around the city centre. The Inner Loop Cycleway will link the new and established radial routes and help cyclists safely negotiate the ‘tarmac collar’ of the city’s motor traffic dominated Inner Ring Road. There’s a map and key here. The proposed route will…

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Cycle Farcilities

Gallery of poor cycle “facilities” We are collecting examples of poorly designed cycle facilities so that we can encourage Bristol City Council and neighbouring Authorities to fix as many as possible. Follow the link to our Flickr photo set and see if you can send us via [email protected] any more examples and we’ll keep you updated here on our…

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