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Spokes Bulletin 118

Out now! … Edinburgh progress in sustainable transport; Preventing Haymarket tramline crashes; Transport & Planning: failure in joined-up thinking; Council Local Transport Strategy supplement; Everyday bike use pictures; and loads more…


F2F: Solway to Forth

Update Dec 2013: Solway to Forth inital outline map [pdf 2MB] There’s a great new idea for a ‘Firth to Firth’ holiday cycle route…


Spokes Bulletin 116

Out now! … Edinburgh to Forth Bridge – major path upgrade; Parking in bike lanes – hope for Edinburgh? ; Spokes big summer competition; Strict Liability supplement; and loads more… […]

Bulletin 110: Cycling after the Election

What does Scotland’s remarkable election result, with an overall SNP majority, mean for cycling as a form of transport in Scotland?? …


Quality Bike Corridor & 20mph consultation [updated 15 Nov]

Edinburgh Council is consulting on its proposed ‘Quality Bike Corridor’ between Princes Street and Mayfield/ Kings Buildings. Running in parallel is a consultation on a 20mph zone for a wide area of south central Edinburgh.


CEC Active Travel Action Plan

Edinburgh Council’s Active Travel Action Plan [ATAP], incorporating the Cycling Action Plan, has been finalised and agreed by the Council’s Transport Committee.


Advance Stop Lines research

Research is being conducted at Edinburgh Napier University on “Driver compliance with advanced stop lines with and without coloured surfacing in Edinburgh” …


Politicians’ bike ride

Spokes on 17 June organised a demonstration ride for Edinburgh councillors and senior officials…


Edinburgh Council draft Cycling Action Plan

Edinburgh Council’s draft Active Travel Action Plan [ATAP] incorporating the Cycling Action Plan [CAP] has been published in draft form…


Everyday cyclists want more/better onroad facilities + action in Princes St & Picardy Place

An 85-person survey at the Spokes public meeting on the Council’s forthcoming Cycling Action Plan sees more and better-maintained onroad cycle facilities and conditions as the top priority. Top areas where cycle-friendly decisions are essential are Princes Street and Picardy Place.