The County Council motion proposed by Councillor Matthew Jenkins was rejected by the ruling Conservatives who all voted against it. There was widespread support from all other groups at the Council. The motion was as follows:...Read More
Milan is the latest European city to say that 20’s Plenty, or more precisely 30k – Its OK In the UK we are at the heart of that change with over 20% of the population in places that have or are implementing a 20mph limit for...Read More
PLEAS are being made to turn a Worcester estate into a 20 miles-per-hour zone – with more than 160 people signing a petition calling for a slow down. Residents on the Blanquettes estate, near Bilford Road in Perdiswell,...Read More
Road Safety Week 2014: Road Safety Week 2014 took place 17-23 November with the theme of ‘look out for each other’. Brake called on all road users to look out for each other, with an emphasis on the ways drivers can protect...Read More
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Some of the myths debunked by presenters in the @Landor_links 20mph Webinar this week. You can view the webinar video at https://bit.ly/2CHxuQF
Would you like to see the Worcester City cycle ban revoked? Please fill in this consultation: https://www.worcester.gov.uk/council/consultations
The BBC showing the progress other council's have made. I was interviewed to discuss the lack of action within Worcestershire. @BikeWorcester @worcsgreenparty https://twitter.com/allpartycycling/status/1277158903059546114
The BBC looks at the current state of temporary cycle lane building around the UK. 40 councils have so far installed some provisions.
Majority of people support 20mph where they live, yet councils like @worcscc are opposed to them other than outside schools with warning signs, etc. 20mph should be the default in residential areas.
Why are the perceived needs of people driving through an area prioritised over the lives of the people living and working there? https://twitter.com/drlauraforrest/status/1274580192196022273