5th July 2020
Chris Boardman gives some facts about how people who cycle are actually normal here
4th July 2020
As of 15th June Cheshire East Council has made Bridge Street, Congleton a shared use space. Active Travel Congleton carried out an 11 day survey of the street and scored cyclists on their “responsibility”. The survey found that just 5% of people on bikes were dangerous and has made recommendations to Cheshire East Council and Congleton Town Council on possible ways to solve this problem. You can read the full report here
10th June 2020
Cheshire East have released their proposals to protect businesses and high street users in response to a governement statutory request to protect citizens and encourage people to make more journeys by walking or cycling. You can view the council’s plans here
1st June 2020
Active Travel Congleton website adds the “Have your say” section where anyone can add a marker on a map and make a comment. Others can vote and comment on the idea. Please take a look and have your say
29th May 2020
Congleton Town Council approve many of the proposals submitted by ATC including 20mph in the town centre zone, reduced speed limit on Broadhurst Lane, Pedestrian passing places within the town centre and advanced stop lines at the Mountbatten Way cross roads.
15th May 2020
Our survey results and a background of our proposals can be seen in our latest blog post.
The London Cycling Campaign recently organised a webinar on “Climate Safe Streets” it is really interesting and you can see a recording of it here
The digital worldbike conference is currently available to view. I think it will only be live for about 21 days so please take a look at some of the very interesting talks at www.digital-worldbike.com
The government has released a new report called “Decarbonising Transport” There is a forward by Grant Shapps the transport secretary who writes “Public transport and active travel will be the natural first choice for our daily activities. We will use our cars less and be able to rely on a convenient, cost-effective and coherent public transport network.” You can see the full report here
1st March 2020
Don’t forget to get along to Quinta School on 2nd March to see the Padgbury Lane mitigation plan. From 6pm to 7:30pm.