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 Campaign is welcoming a council consultation on improvements to Navigation Road, a key walking and cycling link into the city centre, to reduce traffic using the neighbourhood as a short-cut.
During the summer we ran our Safe Streets York campaign with thanks to Commonplace who opened up their community engagement platform in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Between May and September 764 respondents from around York and it’s surrounding areas contributed to the map to give us a snapshot of the issues around the cityContinue reading “Safe Streets York Recap”
As the nights draw in, we asked members their best tips for riding through the autumn and winter.
A ride was organised by members of York Cycling Campaign for councillors in the ward in order to view some of the problems and some of the good provision within the ward. Two of the ward councillors were able to attend: Sam Waudby and Daryl Smalley. From YCC the participants were Tom Franklin, Robyn JankelContinue reading “Cycle ride with Councillors in Rawcliffe and Clifton Without”