Category Archives: Cycle Infrastructure

Greyhound Bridge

When work begins early next year on the Greyhound Bridge, the surrounding infrastructure will also need to be reformed for the proposed 23 weeks of the works. Dynamo member and veteran cycle campaigner, Matt Hodges, has done a brilliant forensic … Continue reading

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Mass transport system

In the Hoge Veluwe National Park in the middle of the Netherlands there are white bicycles that you can use for free within the park itself (which, of course, has an extensive cyclepath network). This reduces the number of cars and … Continue reading

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Quernmore Road shared-use path

After the   l o n g   wait for the Quernmore Road shared-use path, it is disappointing to note that the contractors have “forgotten” to put a dropped kerb in at the Willow Grove end.  An email has been … Continue reading

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New contra-flow cycle lane for South Road, Morecambe

The County Council has approved plans for a contra-flow cycle lane and zebra crossing on South Road, Morecambe.  Details here.

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Glasson path volunteer work – Wednesday 26 April

The local Sustrans group is organising a maintenance day on Wednesday 26 April from 9.30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. on the Glasson path  Meet at the Café d’Lune, Condor Green, armed with any basic equipment you use in your garden … Continue reading

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State of the canal towpath IV

With fingers crossed, Dynamo has written to the Canal & River Trust to ask them to consider using the Community Payback scheme to clear the towpath between Lancaster and Carnforth.

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Lancaster-Glasson path update

Dynamo spoke to the Countryside Service Manager at Lancashire County Council today about the path.  As can be seen from the photo above (taken 2 April), they have been out and scraped off the top layer of mud to reveal … Continue reading

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