Campaigns

Making Bristol better for cycling

Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill

Key contact: info@bristolcycling.org.uk

There is also the BS5 BicycleUserGroup on Twitter, and Respect the Railway Path Facebook group.

NP information: Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill

See also our page of Useful Information for Neighbourhood Campaigns

Space for Cycling 2016 ward improvements and councillor statements:

News 

  • All the consultations!

    All the consultations!

    Bristol City Council currently has nine consultations open for street interventions across the city, which could lead to improved environments

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  • More consultations now open for street transformations

    More consultations now open for street transformations

    Hot on the heels of the three consultations which opened last week, Bristol City Council has opened three further consultations

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  • Improvement consultations now open for three streets in Bristol

    Improvement consultations now open for three streets in Bristol

    Three new consultations have been opened today by Bristol City Council, ahead of changes which could be made to streets

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  • Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plan Consultation

    Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plan Consultation

    The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) - remember them, Metro Mayor, Tim Bowles? - have shown scant interest in active travel.

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  • Bristol Cycling Campaign response to the Bristol & Bath Railway Path concept designs

    Bristol Cycling Campaign response to the Bristol & Bath Railway Path concept designs

    Update: 23 January 2019 Sustrans is holding a drop-in session 'to explore the latest designs and to help us balance

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Map – wards, strategic cycle routes, local routes and measures: 

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