River Leen path improvements: start of work (from Nottingham City Council Transport News (August 2018)
The River Leen flows from near Annesley until it joins the River Trent near the Meadows. This important green corridor is an underused … Read more
Derby’s new electric bike sharing scheme is gaining new converts
Featuring a selection of the state-of-the-art ebikes, Derby launched the UK’s largest electric bikeshare scheme in June.
A total of 200 ebikes provided by US-based Social Bicycles, can now be … Read more
This year’s event will be held on Sunday 16th September. The route will be open 11am – 3pm.
The Nottingham event is part of the British Cycling national Let’s Ride campaign with 14 events taking place across the country … Read more
Pedals seeking comments on the County Council’s Arnold and Carlton area cycle route plans – Gedling and Carlton residents encouraged to have their say on new cycle Network.
Local people are being asked to choose from 11 potential routes as … Read more
This event on Saturday 8 September is a very good chance locally to promote cycling, especially as Rushcliffe Borough Council, Nottinghamshire County Council and the Tour of Britain organisers expect to get between 6000-8000 people along to watch the start … Read more
Update of 19 June, 2018:
From Sian Trafford, Lady Bay Community Association:
At the Spring meeting of the LBCA on Wednesday 16th May you expressed interest in the proposal to establish rights of way over the land adjacent … Read more
Following the great disappointment at the decision last December by the Heritage Lottery Fund not to approve the Sustrans funding bid, despite the extensive support it attracted, there has now been further great disappointment, especially from the Friends of Bennerley … Read more
The City Council are making some improvements to the Western Cycle Corridor as it goes through the Gregory Street junction. This is in response to some issues raised by local residents but they say that it also allows them to … Read more
The Cycle Hub people would like to know more about how you use the cycle hubs at East Midlands Trains railway stations so they can improve their offering:
“Take 5 minutes to complete this simple questionnaire which would help … Read more