September 2022 Newsletter

An Alternative For Piccadilly Last month we announced we’ve been working with the Civic Trust on some alternative proposals for Picadilly that do make space for cycling along its route, finding room for segregated paths whilst still providing wide paths, outdoor seating, drop off areas, and street greenery. Over August we spoke with a transportContinue reading September 2022 Newsletter

August 2022 Newsletter

Cycle into summer with optimism. For one thing, Terry Avenue is open again after all this time – big yay! And senior Active Travel personnel told us they’re aiming for York to be an exemplary city – bigger yay! Although the planning committee narrowly agreed to a National Railway Museum scheme which blocks a currentContinue reading August 2022 Newsletter

July 2022 Newsletter

Several chances in this newsletter to get involved, from joining on social ride on Monday 4th June, to commenting on draft documents (our cycling charter and the Council’s 10-year strategies), to helping us organise a possible protest about the Council failing to deliver on its active travel schemes. Celebrate as our chair Robyn reaches herContinue reading “July 2022 Newsletter”