Category Archives: Sustrans

Small update on the River Lune plans

With regard to the planning application for flood management works beside the River Lune between Skerton Bridge and the Holiday Inn, Dynamo has learned from the City Council that consultants are working up the design of the diversion route but … Continue reading

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Publicising the River Lune flood management planning application

Concerned by how few people were aware of the planning application’s proposed closure for over a year of the Millennium Path beside the River Lune, Dynamo has put up a few signs to inform path-users and to let them know how … Continue reading

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“Proposed work area and cycling route diversion sheets” for River Lune works

Two “Proposed work area and cycling route diversion sheets” have recently appeared on Lancaster City Council’s website*, but these appear to be indistinguishable from those that Dynamo first looked at two weeks ago.  They show a red dotted line beside Caton … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s objection to the Lune plans

Dynamo has objected to the plans (below). We are not objecting to the flood defence works themselves – just to the current lack of alternative provision for cyclists and walkers during the construction period. Dynamo (Lancaster & District Cycle Campaign) … Continue reading

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River Lune flood management scheme

Dynamo went to the drop-in event on Wednesday to look at the plans and speak to those involved in its planning and design.  There were people there from Lancaster City Council, Lancashire County Council, the Environment Agency and contractors VBA. … Continue reading

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Sustrans shows a bit of interest in the Heysham route

Paul has spoken to the Head of Design & Engineering (North) at Sustrans, who seemed quite interested in the Lancaster-Heysham off-road route. Don’t get too excited: we have been here before!  But we can hope.

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Cyclist data from the Cycling Demonstration Town years (2005-2011)

Sustrans have published data collected during the CDT years for the towns and cities that participated, of which Lancaster and Morecambe formed one.  (See Sustrans’s “Evaluation of the Cycling City and Towns and the Cycling Demonstration Towns programmes“.) For our district, the … Continue reading

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