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  • Restrictions on cycles on trains in Bath area this April

    We've been notified of restrictions to carrying cycles on the replacement bus services in operation while Bath station is being modernised this April. This leaflet has further details GWR Bath Station Modernisation leaflet TPOD3 FINAL, but the key points are: Weekend of 8/9 April - Buses replace trains Bristol Temple Meads – Bath – Chippenham – Westbury Monday 10 to Thursday 13 April - Trains run, but there will be slightly less capacity than normal in the Bath area Good
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  • The Mayor's leaky boat - a parable of RPS and 20mph

    Settle down while we tell you a story: Imagine, if you will, the King of Bristol. He sets sail in a big boat, given to him by a chap wearing red trousers. OK, says the King, I know Red Trousers has given me a leaky boat, but I'm sure it'll stay afloat for a while. But to his horror, the King discovers a giant hole in the bottom of the boat as soon as he
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  • Victoria Park - JIMBY's and NIMBY's

    The consultation has now closed on the planning application for the Victoria Park section of the Filwood Quietway (however comments can still be made, use link here Victoria Park – say no to Project Fear). There are 1065 comments with a breakdown of about 56% objectors and 44% supporters (thanks to Kit Wallace for analysis). Interestingly, but not surprisingly, 85% of those living within 1km object. Those further away, and therefore more likely to consider cycling,
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  • Victoria Park - say no to Project Fear

    The planning application for the Victoria Park walking and cycling improvements closes tonight, Weds 11th Jan, but comments are still being accepted. We state again, this is good scheme utterly in keeping with everything that Victoria Park, and all other Bristol parks needs to have in a Cycling City (here's a summary). Click here to support the Quietway Thanks to all who've voiced their support we've now got a more balanced position to the fear
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  • 'We need to change our roads so drivers can see cyclists'

    How refreshing to read a thoughtful article in a local paper (Cambridge News) about why and how to make everyday cycling normal in the UK. There's an excellent plan of a proper roundabout that works for everyone. When will we see the first of these in Bristol? Research shows that we don't perceive things at the edge of our vision - and that's putting cyclists at risk, says our cycling columnist Source: 'We need to change
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  • Top Tube map launched +

    As part of the Freedom to Ride: Bristol Cycling Manifesto we have produced a dramatic graphic to show how our Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #4: Clanage Road Roundabout and the Festival Way +

    If you want to scare yourself rigid, pop along to Clanage Road roundabout on any weekday in term time at Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #5: The Bear Pit / St James Barton Roundabout +

    St James Barton roundabout remains among the worst in Bristol for cyclists. This is despite the sterling work of The Read More
  • Joint Spatial Plan and Joint Transport Study - our response +

    These two major strategic plans will shape some profound changes to our city and towns over the coming years. The Read More
  • Useful Information for Neighbourhood Campaigns +

    We have a page about our campaign in each of the Neighbourhood Partnerships in Bristol. There are pages for South Read More
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