Cycling and Sustainable Travel in Nuneaton and Beyond

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Coventry's Coundon Cycleway, a bidirectional route. This image also includes a pedestrian footpath and zebra crossing, a bus stop, and a general traffic road. It therefore illustrates multi-modal transport.

Evaluating Warwickshire’s Local Transport Plan

Warwickshire County Council is refreshing its Local Transport Plan, and for the past couple of months has had its draft version in consultation for people to comment. That consultation ends on 20 November, and I have finally managed to complete a read through of all of the main strategy documents, compiling notes on what I…

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A5 Dordon to Atherstone Consultation

National Highways are running a consultation on a “road improvement” scheme at Atherstone, and between Grendon and Dordon. This is to “accommodate increased travel demand associated with proposed growth”. However, their high-level plans do not account for active travel.

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Access road secured with a closed yellow metal gate

Council agree to replace inaccessible barrier

In May this year, Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council started shutting an inaccessible barrier across the access road to its Museum and Art Gallery/Registry Office and main town centre park, Riversley Park. This created an obstruction on a National Cycle Network route. Now, the Council have agreed to implement an accessible solution!

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Cameras for Cycling

Do you want to run cameras on your cycle? There’s a large variety of choice available, from the cheap to the expensive, static view to 360-degrees, and varying in quality and functionality. If you’re looking for advice on what to run on your cycle, take a look at what I’m running – this isn’t definitive,…

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Fiets Podcast 008: Riding ‘Round Rotterdam

Experiencing cycling in Rotterdam including some less than perfect Dutch infrastructure; mechanical woes with my own bicycle; a rant about slow progress developing planned cycle schemes in Warwickshire

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