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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
Following cyclists’ protests at the practically hidden consultation on Lancaster County Council’s draft Cycling & Walking Strategy, the deadline for comments has been extended to 30 November. You can comment by going to http://www3.lancashire.gov.uk/corporate/consultation/responses/response.asp?ID=323. Remember that this is both cycling … Continue reading
Here is the rather hurried response which Dynamo made to Lancashire County Council’s consultation on their Cycling & Walking Strategy.
More reading to do! The draft strategy is available online, with consultation open until 26 October. (Sorry for the late notice – we weren’t officially informed.) Go online here or download here.
The update on the new strategy is that a draft has been completed but not yet finalised. Once the final draft has been produced, Lancashire County Council will organise a public consultation process. No timescale as yet.
Once upon a time (on 21 November 2011) Dynamo was invited to a consultation event on Lancashire’s new Cycling Strategy. Perhaps made giddy by the upcoming Olympic Games, the 2011 draft focused on cycling for sport and seemed to have quite forgotten that … Continue reading