New Pedals system for recording of tram track incidents

Pedals have launched a new system to allow the recording of incidents that cyclists have had relating to the tram. If you have had a cycling accident on Nottingham’s tram network please use this form to record the details. This will be used by Pedals to identify the types and locations of accidents so that […]

Tram Line Crashes

RideWise Cycle Maintenance and Repair Workshops

RideWise have announced details of their basic and advanced cycle maintenance workshops. RideWise is a Nottingham based charity whose aim is to help and encourage as many people as possible to get on a bike and safely enjoy this wonderful form of transport. Workshops are held at The Lenton Centre, Willoughby Street, Lenton, NG7 1RQ […]


Revised Pedals list of tram-related issues for cyclists

Updated 4.02.16 Notes of meeting held on 28 January 2016 to discuss these tram-related cycling issues. Updated 4.10.15 New NET routes – sorting out potential hazards for cyclists – Please give us further feedback on specific problems with the new route layouts Even though both new tram lines were fully opened on 25 August 2015 […]


Proposed foot-cycle bridge over the Trent – Update

Proposed foot-cycle bridge over the Trent between Trent Lane and The Hook (Lady Bay, West Bridgford):  Update of 5 October 2015 to people and organisations interested in the development of our plans. The original story can be found here. I realise that it is quite a while since the last update on our bridge plans. […]

Bridge Worcester News

Sustrans Schools Nottingham News – Autumn 2015

The latest edition of the Sustrans Schools Nottingham News is now attached. The autumn edition includes: – Cycling Surge at Farnborough Academy – New Tram Routes Now Open! – Sneinton Primary received School Mark Award – The Tour of Britain Stage Finish in Nottingham – Harvey Hadden closed road circuit opens 12th September and loads […]

Pedals’ Response to Proposed Pedestrianisation of Station Street Area

Nottingham City Council recently consulted on plans to alter the traffic arrangements on Station Street in order to create a pedestrianised area, move some taxis to the new multi-storey on Queen’s Road and install some cycle lanes. We examined the plans and thought that they should go further in order to create a better environment for people to cycle and walk in. We replied to the consultation to tell the council this. Have a look at our response.