Consultations August 2021

New Consultations We've been invited to take part in the Great Big Green Week 18 – 26 September 2021 to highlight active travel. Are we up for that? Ideas for what to do? Who would we nominate as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Cycling Commissioner? And who wants to get involved in their active travel forum for ...

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Consultations May 2021

Here are the consultation updates we have seen for the May 2021 meeting: Burnham Market, Creake Road : Proposed 20mph Speed Limit Order - PR3947 (DPS 70925) - I sent an initial response requesting the 20mph extension to continue to the south edge of village and along NCN1. NCN1 is too narrow for 60mph and ...

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KL Transport Study Stage Two: Good, Bad and Bizarre

Following discussion at this month's meeting, KLWNBUG broadly welcomes the proposed inclusion of the following cycling measures in the King's Lynn Transport Strategy: Tennyson Avenue pedestrian & cycle improvements (but see below about dismissing the bridge idea) Historic quayside cycle route Way-finding & signage provision (we call on the councils to adopt the local route ...

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Letter: proposed Marsh Lane development

Previously on KLWNBUG... we criticised the initial plans for the new Lynnsport-Edward Benefer Way road that would have replaced part of the Sandringham Railway cycle path and added dangerous crossings; and then our volunteers (Pete, Rob, myself and many others - including friends at our national body Cyclenation and the charities Sustrans and CTC) helped ...

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Fawkes in the Walks

Fawkes in the Walks is on Friday 6th November, with the bonfire being lit at half six and fireworks from 8pm. More details are on the borough council website. Why not freewheel into town and avoid getting stuck in traffic? This year, there's a new 60-space cycle park with lockers on the ground floor of ...

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Lynnsport Access Road and NCN1 Disruption

The plan to build a road over the drain alongside the cycleway will be re-examined by the borough council planning committee in King's Court (Chapel Street) at 10am on Friday 10 April because of a procedural error. We have not yet been told the details of any cycleway disruption, but there is a rising main ...

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