We are excited to host Simon Munk, Infrastructure Campaigner from London Cycle Campaign to hear his thoughts on cycle in a medieval city.
February is the time to stay positive: Spring is in the air – spot those snowdrops and crocuses poking their optimistic little heads up above the water-logged soil and pause to listen to the chattering birds as they ready themselves for the courtship and mating season. Our newsletter shows there are reasons to be cheerful in the cycle campaigning world as well with newly-approved schemes promising long-awaited benefits, your chance to input to the York Minster neighbourhood plan, and even a campaign to make an iconic building block brand more cycle friendly.
York Minster is currently consulting the public on a draft proposal for it’s Neighbourhood Plan, with the consultation closing at midnight on the 14th February 2021.
Early this week (18th Jan 2021) City of York Council agreed to allow Tier expand its current offer to include e-bikes for public hire as well as the e-scooters currently on offer. The range in which hires will be allowed to be used, enforced by the e-assist cutting out if you go out of range,Continue reading “Campaign Welcomes e-Bike Hire”
The new year has certainly blasted in with a few challenges for us, including sub-zero temperatures and icy surfaces to cycle or walk on. Thanks to staff shortages and safety measures, gritting of cycle and footways seems to be left to a few generous volunteers, for whom we are very grateful. But even small areasContinue reading “January 2021 Newsletter”