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.
Proposed cycle route between University Boulevard and Thane Road (click for detailed view)
Pedals … Read more
We have had further complaints about the frequent blocking of the cycle lane on Haydn Road, Sherwood, by the Fiat garage, and are again pressing the City Council for action to prevent this.
Lucy Nightingale - Civil Engineering student at Nottingham Trent University - has produced a consultation document on proposals to improve the existing cycle network in Bulwell as part of her Final Year Dissertation. She would appreciate comments on the proposals by email to ...
Photo of the viaduct by Paul Atherley
On March 28 2017 the Nottingham Post published a double spread article which records the growing support and enthusiasm for the Sustrans Bennerley Viaduct restoration Project.
Pedals is one … Read more
An overdue shared cycle/ pedestrian “Toucan” crossing has recently been completed on the A60 Loughborough Road at the intersection of Chaworth Rd and Northwold Avenue. It makes it safer and quicker to both walk and cycle between Compton Acres and … Read more
The City Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee carries out regular reviews of various aspects of City Council policies and their meeting on 8 March 2017 focused on cycling and the draft new City Cycling Action Plan for the next 4 … Read more
Pedals sent the following response to Network Rail today: ...
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 … Read more
Why is this so poorly planned and promoted?
In May East Midlands Trains opened their new Cycle Hub on the south, i.e. Queen’s Road, side of Nottingham Station, but Pedals thinks that this has been very poorly planned and promoted.