Category Archives: Cycle Infrastructure

Notes from the Netherlands

This is what priority for cyclists crossing side roads looks like: and this is when cycle paths cross main roads and cyclists have to give way: It’s so egalitarian: cars, lorries, bicycles – they all have their allotted space, and … Continue reading

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Advanced traffic lights for cyclists in London

From Patricia on her travels: Spotted in London today near Smithfield market: advanced traffic lights for cyclists. They’re easy to miss: I realise I’ve cycled past them before without ever noticing them. They could do with being more prominent so … Continue reading

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Lune flood works: article in this week’s Lancaster Guardian

This week’s Lancaster Guardian has a report on Monday’s Planning Committee meeting which approved the building of the Lune flood defence works.  You can read it in the paper or view a scan of it here.

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River Lune flood works: report from planning committee

Four cyclists (not all representing Dynamo!) spoke at the Planning & Highways Regulatory Committee yesterday to object to the current plans for the path.  A couple made the suggestion that the wall be built on factory land rather than on the … Continue reading

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River Lune flood works: whatever happened to the “vulnerable road user audit”?

In their response of 17 September, the County Council Highways team says in the third bullet point at the top of page 2: In order to ascertain the impact of increased pedestrian/cycle movements along the carriageway and separately adjacent footway … Continue reading

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Teeny extension to Quernmore Road shared-use path

At the risk of sounding as if she has nothing better to do, Patricia checked up on the cliff-edge end to the newish Quernmore Road shared-use path which Dynamo complained about a year ago.  (Opposite the Williamson Park entrance.) The good … Continue reading

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Cycle contra-flow on South Road, Morecambe

A photo of the newish cycle contra-flow in Morecambe. It takes you the short stretch from the west end of South Road to the junction withLancaster Road, directly opposite Schola Green Lane, and hence gives you access to the Lancaster-Morecambe … Continue reading

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