- Tuesday, 03 July 2018 13:36
The new Yate Spur cycle path opened in April 2018 providing a shared use route between the Bristol and Bath railway path at Coxgrove Hill and Station Road, Yate. BCyC has been pressing for this for many years and it formed part of the Strategic Cycle Network we proposed in 2013 so it’s great to have it in place. Have you used it yet?
BCyC members have been active in the Yate Joint Cycleways Group which has been a strong advocate for the Spur, and for the other links and routes that Yate needs. There is a meeting of the JCG on Tuesday 17th July at Town Council Offices, Poole Court, Yate to plan for the next stage. Ideas and actions will be taken forward through the South Gloucestershire Cycle Forum. Our diary page has further details of this meeting as well other meetings and rides.
Here’s what the JCG works for:
The Joint Cycleways Group represents cycling interests in the parishes of Dodington, Yate, Sodbury and Westerleigh, Iron Acton and Pucklechurch. Its members are representatives of the local councils, local cycling organisations and local cyclists. Its regular meetings are attended by South Glos officers and it is recognised as the local body that proposes priorities for cycling strategy and cycling improvement schemes in the area. The JCG also deals with accessibility issues and joint use paths
Our neighbourhood plan for the area sets out our key ambitions South Glos – Rural: Almondsbury, Thornbury, Westerleigh, Yate
- Wednesday, 01 November 2017 14:59
The next South Glos Cycle forum
meeting will be held on Tuesday 28th
November at 6pm. The venue will be the Filton 20, new Filton house building, address below:
New Filton House
Golf Course lane
There is cycle parking and visitor car parking available outside the building.
Here are the minutes from the September meeting Cycle Forum Minutes-sept 17
- Wednesday, 01 March 2017 21:20
Do please make an effort to attend the South Gloucestershire Cycle Forum if you can. It’s important that there is representation from a wide range of people and groups. Those choosing to cycle in South Glos can often feel like poor relations in one of the most congested and car dominated areas of the city. We need to work even harder to get our voices heard, and to speak for the 2/3 of Bristolians who feel the roads are not safe for cycling.
However there are of course some well signed quietway routes, and welcome representation from the largest businesses and employers in the North Fringe through the excellent North Bristol SusCom, who produced this infographic Congestion: Now & The Future.
The next South Gloucestershire Cycle Forum meeting is to be held on Tuesday 14th March (6pm), hosted by the University of the West of England, at their Frenchay Campus. Items on the Agenda include the forthcoming works on Bromley Heath Viaduct, and updates on South Gloucestershire’s work to encourage sustainable travel through the Sustainable Transport Transition Year and Access Fund programmes, as well as an opportunity to speak about cycling issues during our open forum session. See attached agenda, together with minutes of the last meeting.
The meeting will be in Northavon house on the UWE campus, directions can be found in the link below. Secure cycle parking will be available in their cycle hub, and those driving can park without charge in Carpark 2 or 3.
- Saturday, 15 November 2014 23:21
The November Meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday 19 November 2014
Meets every 2 months.
They take place between 6.00pm and 8.00pm at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre (the crèche).
Further information on Forums under our Get Involved menu.