Tag: Cycling

National Cycle Network Route Signs (52 and 63)

Cycle Route Signage and Wayfinding

A discussion arose on Twitter yesterday about how to signpost cycle routes in the UK, whether to use distances (miles) or times (minutes) to a destination – a little premature maybe since we’re still lacking safe, direct routes, but it’s an interesting thing to consider in terms of what is best for usability and for promoting the network in order

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Shire Hall, Warwick (CC BY 2.0 - Elliott Brown)

Warwickshire County Council Responds to Request for Emergency Walking and Cycling Infrastructure Plans

Warwickshire County Council have given an initial response to my request for details about their plans to incorporate new temporary infrastructure to support walking and cycling throughout the county, following the announcement by the government that emergency funds would be made available to authorities around the country. The county has been allocated a total of £1.38bn from the Government’s scheme,

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Asking Warwickshire and Nuneaton for their Plans to Enable Cycling

Following on from the blog article last week asking whether COVID-19 will cause a ‘new normal’ in local transport plans, and the recent government announcements about emergency funds for cycling and a five-year plan to double cycling rates in the country, I’ve written another letter. This time I’m writing to both Warwickshire County Council and Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

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