As part of the Heritage Lottery Funded ’Rediscovering Bennerley Viaduct’ project The Friends of Bennerley Viaduct are holding an exhibition at Erewash Museum in Ilkeston. The exhibition opened last week and runs until 30 August. See the attached flyer for more information. Working in partnership with the museum they’ve put together a fascinating display showcasing […]
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 […]
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 […]
Ridewise has produced some new posters promoting their Cycle Centres.
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 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. […]
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 […]
Nottingham City Council’s proposed £6.1m Cycle City improvements is being planned and residents and businesses along the Western Corridor route are being encouraged to have their say.
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.
Pedals has issued a press release about the disappointing new cycle facility constructed on Haydn Road. View the PDF here.