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Notes from our May 2019 Meeting

Date and time: Wednesday 22nd May 7.30pm. Venue: The California, 267 Brighton Rd, Sutton SM2 5SU Meeting Agenda Welcome, introductions, and apologies for absence (Gary James/Chair) Actions and matters arising from our last meeting on 9 March 2019 (All) Bikefest 21st Sept- discuss what will

Posted in Meetings

Thoughts on using Cyclescape

What follows are some thoughts on using Cyclescape that have come to mind following the recent response Our response to recent Wallington TMOs Threads As there were a number of changes involved I thought we could have a few different threads

Posted in Comment, Consultation

Our response to recent Wallington TMOs

The TMO office at LBS sent a consultation SuttMap 1067 out to some interested parties. The London Borough of Sutton are proposing to make Traffic Management Orders to facilitate a traffic calming schemes and prevention of obstruction in:-   Sandy Lane

Posted in Consultation

Our response to the Demand Responsive Bus Trial consultation

Starting in May 2019 TFL are planning a 12 month trial with a fleet of 8 wheelchair accessible Ultra Low Emission Zone standard Mercedes 16 seater minibuses around Sutton. It would work using a Uber-style on demand app and designated

Posted in Consultation

Our response to the Windsor Avenue Area consultation

The Windsor Avenue area consultation is essentially about a 20mph scheme, with the added bonus of a single no-entry point. Therefore we have included a ‘headline’ that welcomes the introduction of 20mph but adds that, in order to encourage more

Posted in Consultation

Our Response to Draft Air Quality Action Plan Consultation

The plan already mentions Cleaner Transport as it’s first key point, we re-iterate in our response how cycling can be a major factor in this and link our previous film. Cleaner transport: road transport is the main source of air

Posted in Consultation

Response to Sutton Link consultation

As a collective response rather than give preferences on individual routes we’ve highlighted general principles that should be followed to ensure high quality cycling infrastructure enabling anyone to cycle safely in the borough. Here’s what we submitted Sutton Link response

Posted in Consultation

Our response to Sutton’s draft LIP3 consultation

To quote: “The council is undertaking a public consultation on its draft third Local Implementation Plan (LIP). This is a statutory document that outlines how Sutton will contribute to meeting the outcomes and objectives in the new Mayor of London’s

Posted in Consultation

Waltham Forest mini-Holland with Paul Gasson

Following the talk Paul gave Waltham Forest mini-Holland: reducing road danger and growing active travel Charles Martin, Michael To and myself visited on Saturday, you can see the route taken and Michael’s thread with commentary. On behalf of @cyclinginsutton (including @MarcusHowarth

Posted in Areas without through motor traffic, Cycle tour, Liveable Town Centres

March 2018 Newsletters

Now available on the LCC site. Get Sutton Cycling Newsletter See all the Local Group newsletters here and/or sign up for future copies.

Posted in Advocacy
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