We’ve been critical of the ongoing prioritisation of a 26 mile spine across the county. Here’s our seven key reasons why we think it won’t deliver the levels of cycling we need fast enough.
Key updates on the activities of the Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Cycle Campaign, including appraisals of proposed schemes from Gloucestershire County Council
An opportunity for members and local cyclists to get involved and support a citizen cycle count on the B4063 Cheltenham to Gloucester route.
We’ve responded to the Cheltenham Borough Council consultation on its Supplementary Planning Document for Climate Change
Lane expansion, large tarmac junctions and increased motor vehicles cannot be compensated by poor quality cycle tracks in this £237mil scheme.
Our helpful guide for the key issues in the local borough consultations for their 2022/23 budgets.
We take a look through over a hundred pages of documents to help those who are interested in what GCC is doing for cycling in this year’s Gloucestershire budget.
It was never £12.8 million for cycling – Gloucestershire’s spin on levelling up announcement revealed in council budget.
Our investigation reveals most of the recently announced £12.8mil Levelling up cash, reported as being for sustainable travel, will actually go on a road widening scheme on Llanthony Road
Join us at 2pm on 28 November for a social meet up, and find out more about the new committee appointments from the AGM.
Campaign progress in improving safety of street furniture near A40 Arle Court, an upcoming social, but no progress at Cheltenham Spa station.
The last year showed how many people want Gloucestershire to do better, and we asked for your ideas for us to have maximum impact.