LCN+ CRISP datasheets online
Friday, 6 February 2009
All the datasheets for the Richmond LCN+ routes are now online here.
You can download them all in one go here = PDF 33MB
These are the suggestions each CRISP came up with for the routes. The LCN+ in Richmond can be seen here. All these suggestions rely on feasibility studies before they get the go ahead.
RCC is waiting for LBRuT to provide us with a list of completed LCN+ routes.
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 16:23
The DfT has recently releases it's Cycling Infrastructure and Design (CID) guidance.
It can be found here = PDF 3.5MB
You can also find the London Cycle Design Standard (LCDS) here = list of PDFs
As previously posted, you can find the mayor's transport document, Way to Go here.
You can find the responses to this document at the links below:
London Cycling Campaign response
Living Streets response
Lib Dems response
Transport Committee response
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 15:52
The Rides for Everyone up to May are now listed on the LBRuT web site here.
So along with our rides blog and the LCC rides web page, you can see when and where our Rides For Everyone take place.
Look at the rides blog to see some pics of recent rides.
Here are some from the Box Hill ride...
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 15:34
This year's cycle training courses are now taking bookings.
You can see more details here.
There are holiday courses for children - these are great fun and are better than the usual school courses as it's generally more relaxed with a great mix of children.
There are also courses for adults. These fall into 3 categories:
Level 1 - wobblers and non riders = 2 x 90min sessions
Level 2 - Ready to ride = 4 x 90min sessions
Level 3 - Advanced road riding = 1 x 120min session
All courses start at 18:30 and cost £15. They will start from or take place at:
Richmond Adult Community College,
Go to the relevant page to get a downloadable form or contact the safety education team on 020 8487 5131 or email them - email@example.com
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 15:26
Details are here...
Mayor's Cycling Questions - January 2009
The first questions relate to the fataility on the A4. The questions are relevant for Richmond because the A316 is similar - it has lots of side roads and entrances where cars have priority.
There are also questions on cycle parking, the cycle hire scheme and cyclists and lorries.
More questions and answers are here.
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 15:15
It's Snow Bike
Monday, 2 February 2009
Thanks and copyright to Mandy at Feltbug
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 12:30