Monthly Archives: January 2015

Green Wrythe Lane: an update

Sutton Council’s proposals for Green Wrythe Lane, update 22 January 2015 Get Sutton Cycling is pleased to learn that Transport for London has asked Sutton Council to put their proposed scheme for a cycleway footway, on a section along the

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Sutton Cycle Funding 2015-16

Sutton Council’s report, Local Implementation Plan Funding 2015/2016, has been published as part of an agenda item to the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee meeting on 15 January 2015. For anyone who wishes to know what new cycling infrastructure to expect

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Get Sutton Cycling and the draft Sustainable Transport Strategy

London Borough of Sutton’s consultation on it’s draft Sustainable Transport Strategy¬†closed on 4 January 2015. The draft Sustainable Transport Strategy, published at the beginning of November 2014, sets out the council’s policies and proposals to improve Sutton’s transport and environment

Posted in Consultation

No more taxpayer-funded facilities until they obey traffic laws

In this picture, you can see part of the pavement has been set aside for car parking on the A237 in Woodcote Road, Wallington. But there are at least two vehicles parked so badly that they spill out on to

Posted in Advocacy, Liveable Town Centres, Protected Space for Cycling, Road design, Road Safety
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