Category Archives: M6 link road

M6 link road park and ride – part 3

A little bit of desktop research uncovers previous “noises” that Lancashire County Council has made in favour of a park and [cycle] ride facility at junction 34 of the M6: The final draft of the HGV Movement Strategy at section 4.2.1 … Continue reading

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M6 link road park and ride – part 2

Following on from the recent opening of the park and ride facility at junction 34, this week’s Lancaster Guardian carries an article about Dynamo’s call for park and cycle facilities – namely cycle lockers. However, any cycle storage facilities, according to a … Continue reading

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M6 link road park and ride

The County Council is introducing a park and ride bus service at junction 34. Sadly Dynamo’s suggestion of a park and cycle service has been put on the back burner (or filed under “Future Developments” as it appears in the … Continue reading

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Cycling the Bay Gateway: a user’s guide

From the Dynamo inbox: “I’ve had two trips down this since it opened, once by bike and another in my car. “Monday pm had a few curious pedestrians and a significant number of bikes, but I saw one cyclist on … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s response to the HGV Movement Strategy for Lancaster

In response to Lancashire County Council’s consultation on their HGV Movement Strategy for Lancaster, Dynamo has sent the following comments: We are pleased to see that the Council proposes to limit through routes for HGVs over 7.5 tonnes, and we … Continue reading

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Consultation on HGV movement strategy for Lancaster

With the opening of the M6 link road later this year, Lancashire County Council are looking at measures to “ensure that the benefits of the new link road are felt across the wider Lancaster area”. In this regard, they are consulting … Continue reading

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Presentation from Lancaster Rapid Transit workshop 23.6.16

Not really a cycling matter (except for our earlier concern that the County Council would try to use the Lancaster-Morecambe greenway for a tram link), but here is the presentation by Jacobs consultants to the stakeholder meeting on 23 June 2016.  A … Continue reading

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