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And again … Bikes ↑↑ Cars ↓↓

The May 2014 Spokes traffic census found the highest ever number of bikes and the lowest ever count of private cars.  During the 8-9am peak period more than one in every five vehicles heading for the city centre along bike-unfriendly Lothian Road was a bike, as were nearly one quarter of all citybound Forrest Road vehicles… Continue reading And again … Bikes ↑↑ Cars ↓↓

Spokes canal discussion document

[Update 9.5.14: Evening News report]
The canal and its towpath are succeeding in attracting more and more users.  How can the pressures be accommodated?…

Continue reading Spokes canal discussion document

PoP: it’s all happening!!

Anyone with anything to announce on cycling waited for the Pedal on Parliament weekend … Continue reading PoP: it’s all happening!!

A90 path consultation

[Updated 24.4.14 with details of temporary closures/diversions during work]
Work starts soon on Section 5 of the cycleroute to the Forth Bridge, and Edinburgh Council is also consulting on section 3… Continue reading A90 path consultation

Tramlines: take care & take action

Tramline crashes are now less frequent than in 2013, with changes to the Haymarket taxi rank and greater awareness by regular cyclists.   Nonetheless they continue.  What can be done?… Continue reading Tramlines: take care & take action

Three April events PoP up

The latest Spokesworker is out – with a call to help at Pedal on Parliament, news of 2 long-distance route events, and lots more local and national news… Continue reading Three April events PoP up

Cycling: Past, Present and Possible Futures

The Spokes Spring public meeting was our best ever, with an articulate and overflowing audience and some great ideas for Edinburgh’s future… Continue reading Cycling: Past, Present and Possible Futures

Pedal on Parliament 2014

Free Solway<->Forth C2C map!

A new long distance ‘Sea to Sea’ tourist route is being planned from the Solway to the Forth… Continue reading Free Solway< ->Forth C2C map!

Understanding Cycling : Spokes Spring Public Meeting

Professor Colin Pooley of Lancaster University will outline findings from the pioneering and controversial Understanding Walking and Cycling  research study.   Edinburgh Council leader Cllr Andrew Burns will respond, followed by a panel discussion.   All welcome!! Continue reading Understanding Cycling : Spokes Spring Public Meeting