We’re now fully into spring, so time for us all to shake off the cobwebs and get out in that April sunshine (or even showers). We have some ideas for leisure cycling to share, and updates on diversions that you might need to be aware of. Read our responses to recent planning consultations. And memberContinue reading “April 2021 Newsletter”
In December campaign member Jamie shared with us details of a Freedom of Information request he put in about the inaccessible barriers at Hob Moor. Now he updates us on what happens since, and how you can follow his lead.
The Government has brought back its Fix Your Bike Voucher scheme, offering a voucher for use towards cycle repairs up to the value of £50. Apply for a voucher of up to £50 on the Fix Your Bike website when vouchers become available. Find a Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme-registered bike mechanic to repair your bike usingContinue reading “Fix Your Bike Vouchers”
The March newsletter brings you up-to-date with what’s happening with the Clementhorpe flood alleviation scheme, and why we told people to get off their bikes. It also explains how to send in your response to the new consultation on proposed changes to the Bootham/Gillygate junction, planned for later this year. And you can also joinContinue reading “March 2021 Newsletter”
If you have travelled up Terry Avenue or across Millennium Bridge this week you’ll have noticed that works to form the construction compound for the Environment Agency’s flood defence works for Clementhorpe. This is in preparation for the main works, and closure of Terry Avenue for 12 months, starting from the 1st of April. SoContinue reading “Terry Avenue Closure: What’s Happening”
Work is starting on the Clementhorpe flood alleviation scheme, and the popular riverside walk/cycle route along Terry Avenue will be closed from Monday 15th March for at least one year. Compound construction work will start on Monday 1st March. York Cycle Campaign are recommending that cyclists avoid the area during working hours and consider alternativeContinue reading “Don’t Cycle”
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”
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