Monthly Archives: December 2015

Green Wrythe Lane – one year on

The last few weeks have been quite significant in terms of the future for cycling in Sutton. Throughout the autumn some ideas for major cycling schemes on TfL roads, in part derived from our Space for Cycling ‘ward asks’ of

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The idea of Space for Cycling on Brighton Road gathers support

A few days after the Sutton Cycle Summit in July 2015, an employee at the Royal Marsden Hospital got in touch with Get Sutton Cycling. He told us that the Cycle Forum representing both the Royal Marsden Hospital and the

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Destination North Cheam!

North Cheam and Stonecot Hill could, in time, become two of the most cycle-friendly district centres in Sutton. Councillors representing the Nonsuch, Stonecot Hill and Worcester Park wards, have agreed that ideas for possible new cycling infrastructure on London Road

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A cycling grid to make Sutton proud?

Last week the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee in Sutton signed off Sutton Council’s new ‘Cycling Strategy’. It’s supposed to be the framework within which all cycling decisions will be made and will be the lead document that holds future cycling

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Beddington and Wallington agree that cycling proposals be presented to TfL

At the Beddington and Wallington Local Committee meeting this evening (1 December), held at Wallington County Grammar School, Councillors agreed that proposals, which could ultimately see protected space for cycling on the busy road adjacent to the school, be presented

Posted in News, Proposals to TfL 2015
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