Category Archives: transport policy

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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Responses from general election candidates

We have had the grand total of ONE response from general election candidates for our two constituencies to our letter asking for their views on cycling.  This came [not from Mrs Trellis of North Wales but] from Cat Smith, the Labour … Continue reading

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Letter to general election candidates

Dynamo has written to the nine candidates for our two local constituencies (five for Morecambe and Lunesdale, four for Lancaster and Fleetwood) to ask them for their views on the future of cycling.  In particular, we have asked about the … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s updated response to draft Cycling & Walking Strategy

Dynamo has updated its November 2016 response to Lancashire County Council’s draft Cycling and Walking Strategy.  You can read the document here. Basically: what will they do to curb car use, and how do they intend to get children walking … Continue reading

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Further consultation on Lancashire’s draft Cycling & Walking Strategy

We have received an email from Lancashire County Council announcing that they are consulting again on the draft Cycling and Walking Strategy 2016-2026 until Friday 21 April.  Details are here and the draft strategy itself is here. Quite how this differs from … Continue reading

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Manchester

Greater Manchester received something like £20 million to make cycling easier and safer a couple of years ago. On a visit today, Dynamo noticed some changes in Oxford Road: but also some hazards outside the Town Hall: Since Dynamo is currently … Continue reading

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The government’s draft cycling and walking investment strategy

The government has published its draft cycling and walking investment strategy, consultation on which closes on 23 May. So far it has not won the hearts of British Cycling or the CTC, whose criticisms centre around the very low funding … Continue reading

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