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New cycle route Quality Criteria

TfL has released details outlining the latest expected levels of provision for all proposed signed cycle routes in London. A New Cycle Route Quality Criteria tool spreadsheet, along with an accompanying Technical Note, was revealed by the Mayor of London,

Posted in Comment, News

What are Sutton’s key borough traffic reduction objectives?

1 Overview Each London borough is required to develop a Local Implementation Plan (LIP) to set out how the borough will deliver, or implement, the Mayor’s Transport Strategy (MTS) at local level. Transport for London (TfL) manages the LIP process

Posted in Advocacy

Cycling advisory group gets green light

In recognising the links between cycling projects and wider outcomes such as air quality and public health, a very welcome commitment was given in Sutton’s Cycling Strategy (LB of Sutton, November 2015) to establish an internal Cycling Advisory Group within the

Posted in News

Number plates for students who cycle to and from Stanley Park High

Every week during term time the Headteacher at Stanley Park High School publishes an informative Weekly Bulletin. Monday, 17 September 2018, the start of the new academic year, was no different. Except this time, the bulletin possibly received considerably more

Posted in Advocacy

First sight of ‘Healthy Streets’ proposals for Sutton

1: The Healthy Streets approach from 2019 A report entitled ‘Local Implementation Plan (LIP) – Traffic Schemes for 2019/20’ was presented to each of Sutton’s six local committees during early summer 2018. The report, the contents of which was tailored

Posted in Advocacy

Sutton Cycle Forum July 2018

1: Overview The third Sutton Cycle Forum of 2018 (and the eleventh since the borough’s Cycling Strategy was approved in November 2015, and subsequently published in February 2016) took place on 10 July 2018 at the offices of Sutton Council,

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Evidence in support of 20mph

Get Sutton Cycling wrote to Sutton Council Leader Ruth Dombey on 19 August 2018, providing evidence in support of 20mph.  A response or acknowledgement had not been received by 19 November 2018. From this point, given that three months had

Posted in 20mph, Advocacy

Waltham Forest mini-Holland: reducing road danger and growing active travel

This post forms the second part to the Notes from our June 2018 meeting, and reports on agenda item 9 ‘Guest presentation: Waltham Forest mini-Holland with Paul Gasson’. Paul’s account of the radical transformation that is taking place in parts

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Notes from our June 2018 meeting

Get Sutton Cycling – the London Cycling Campaign in Sutton – met on the 6 June 2018 in the upstairs room of the Robin Hood, 52 West St, Sutton SM1 1SH. The highlight of this meeting (and the reason for

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Sustainable Transport Strategy 2015: a progress report for 2018

Papers released this week, as part of the agenda to the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee meeting scheduled for 28 June 2018, include the report ‘Update on Sustainable Transport Strategy‘ and three associate appendices (one of which, Appendix B, provides details

Posted in Advocacy, News
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