RideWise is launching its third season of Cycling for All sessions funded by Nottingham City Council’s Local Sustainable Transport Fund. Sessions are free, fun and healthy, and aimed at helping people of all abilities access cycling. The monthly sessions operate on a drop-in basis so why not pop along and find out more? Taking place […]
Pedals is taking the lead in reviving plans for a foot-cycle bridge over the Trent east of Lady Bay bridge, focusing on a link between Trent Lane and The Hook, the open space by the Lady Bay area of West Bridgford which we are now convinced is the best location overall, and the only one […]
With most of the tram track construction work now complete Pedals has reminded Tramlink Nottingham of our agreement with them last June to organise a couple of site visits, covering both new NET routes, to identify any particularly hazardous features for cyclists which we would like to see modified before the routes are fully open […]
This follows the Sep 17, 2014 post “Pedals presses for urgent campaign to spread tram tracks safety advice for cyclists” Update of 10 December following the meeting of 18 November to discuss improving the distribution of tram tracks safety advice for cyclists, emphasising the importance of targeting other road users too with cyclist safety messages. […]
Pedals member Julian Bentley has conducted a survey of Nottingham’s cyclists. Over 50% of those who responded have had an incident or fall whilst cycling on or near the Tram tracks. See also, Pedals’ latest tram tracks safety statement
Timely advice from www.thebigwheel.org.uk/safecycling (click image for full PDF)
This edition includes: – Cycling success at Sustrans schools – Campaign for safer streets – Bike-to-school loyalty card scheme – British Cycling Coaching – Free travel support grants – The Golden Lock and much more..
Following a recent spate of accidents with cyclists slipping on the new tram tracks Pedals is pressing for an urgent campaign to give good advice to cyclists on how best to minimise the risk of slipping with tram tracks.
Nottingham City Council have given us some more details about the ring road improvement scheme changes at the Crown Island roundabout. “Please be advised that works are due to start at Crown Island on the Ring Road – the elongated dumbbell junction of Wollaton Road/Middleton Boulevard/Western Boulevard/Radford Bridge Road from mid-September. These are advance works […]
You can find more information about the Citycard Cycle Hub, including the latest City Council leaflet here.