Monthly Archives: September 2015

Waalinden – If Wallington were in the Netherlands

Part of what we do in Get Sutton Cycling is imagine what we want our streets to look like. We ask questions such as ‘lots of short journeys in Sutton are made using cars – what sort of streetscape would

Posted in Advocacy, Liveable Town Centres

Time to make the case and rise to the challenges

‘Time to make the case and rise to the challenges’, is the title given to our response to Sutton Council’s draft Cycling Delivery Strategy 2015. The response was submitted on 7 September, the last day of the six-week consultation period. The

Posted in Advocacy, Consultation

Quietways require more than ‘lines and signs’

This post first appeared as ‘Decisions on cycling have a lasting legacy, so the bar has to be set high at the outset’ in the September 2015 edition of the ‘Sutton Borough News and Update’. The ‘Sutton Borough News and

Posted in Advocacy