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

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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

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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

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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

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Our meeting on March 6, 2019

London Cycling Campaign in Sutton: Wednesday March 6, 2019, at 7.30pm The President’s Lounge, Sutton United Football Club, The Borough Sports Ground, Gander Green Ln, Sutton SM1 2EY 1   In attendance: Victoria, John P, Marcus, John K, Gary (in

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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

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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

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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

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Notes from our January 2019 meeting

Date: 30 January 2019 Venue: Lord Nelson, 32 Lower Road, Sutton, SM1 4QP Attending: Charles (Co-Coordinator), Colin, Dominic, Gary (Chair), John K (Secretary), John P, Maeve, Marcus (Co-Coordinator), Neil, Shirley, Toby. Apologies: Ben (Treasurer), Victoria 1 Gary welcomed all to

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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

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