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 

  • 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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  • A Modest Proposal #8: Jamaica St cycleway

    A Modest Proposal #8: Jamaica St cycleway

    Every cyclist in Bristol will have their own strategy for coping with the James Barton roundabout, one of the worst

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  • Workshops on changes to the Railway Path - have your say!

    Workshops on changes to the Railway Path - have your say!

    Sustrans have funding to improve the Bristol end of the Railway Path between Trinity Road and Clay Bottom. The £1.2m

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  • Easton Safer Streets - ask councillors to support

    Easton Safer Streets - ask councillors to support

    Update: The proposal has now been scaled back to just a single street. Everyone loses. There is a key decision point

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

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