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
The “Broadmarsh Gyratory” was recently voted the City Centre’s “Most Dangerous Cycling Blackspot” according to a survey by Pedals in June. I50 survey respondents gave us that feedback, so it will be interesting to hear their views on the new … Read more
At the Greater Nottm Cycling Development (CDG) meeting on 1 December 2017 Inspector Mark Whitaker of Notts Police asked for suggestions from Pedals members for further locations where they might trial a possible local West Midlands style ‘Close Pass’ campaign … Read more
Highways England is planning to improve the A52 Dunkirk to Queens Medical centre (west side) cycle route.
This section of pedestrian and cycle path is one of the busiest on Highways England’s roads in the East Midlands. Highways England would … Read more
Pedals is well aware of the increasing problem of abuse by taxi drivers with the Queen’s Bridge Road cycle route and we are pressing the City Council for urgent action to address it. We are also are very concerned about … Read more
Update of 17 May, 2018:
See “Work starts on Nottingham cycle bridge linking Boots to University Boulevard” on the West Bridgford Wire website.
Pedals … Read more