Campaign members call for Micklegate traffic restrictions

Ninety-seven percent of York Cycle Campaign members want restrictions on motorised traffic in Micklegate, according to a poll of members. The poll was carried out in preparation for a Campaign statement to the 13 September Decision Session of the Executive Member for Transport & Planning, Cllr Peter Dew. Cllr Dew was being asked to makeContinue reading “Campaign members call for Micklegate traffic restrictions”

Bike Share Scheme Proposed for York

On Thursday 12th July 2018 the Council’s Executive Member for Transport and Planning met to discuss proposals to pave the way for introducing a Bike Share Scheme to the city. In the run up to meeting York Cycle Campaign polled its members to see if they supported a bike share scheme. 87% were in favourContinue reading “Bike Share Scheme Proposed for York”

Response to CoYC decision to remove cycle path on Station Road/Rise junction

“Did you know that the Council is going to remove this cycle lane?” “What? That’s crazy! As if it’s not hard enough to cycle in York already!” Exchange between a York Cycle Campaign Committee member and a member of the public, both on bicycles, while waiting for the lights to change at the Station Road/RiseContinue reading “Response to CoYC decision to remove cycle path on Station Road/Rise junction”

Statement and Q&A with the CoYC Economy & Place Policy Development Committee

York Cycle Campaign Committee member Peter Sheaf made a statement to the City of York Council Economy & Place Policy Development Committee on 22nd November 2017, urging the Council Committee to ensure the City of York Council make good on its policy to encourage cycling. The Economy & Place Policy Development Committee is responsible forContinue reading “Statement and Q&A with the CoYC Economy & Place Policy Development Committee”