Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

Meeting Notes

Thursday 16 January, 6pm

Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,

St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

Present - Mike Jenkins, Nicholas Squires, Dave Clare, Bob Amer, Aiden Byrne, Rob Marris, Tim Philpot, Steve Dodd

  1. Apologies - Councillor Martin Waite, Isobel Gillis, Win Sutton, Lissa Evans, Julia Brant

  1. Minutes of the last meeting (17 October 2019)

Accurate with the exception that Rob Marris was actually present, notes will be modified to reflect this

  1. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

Transport Interchange

RM has made an objection to the extension of the Traffic Regulation Order prohibiting cycling on Railway Drive, and questioned the underlying reason for it. TP advised that Railway Drive was key to two complex major projects, and that it was likely that unforeseen circumstances had led to the original time estimate being inadequate. He also advised that it was manifestly necessary for site safety for the TRO to continue. RM suggested the Forum request an explanation for the inadequacy of the original TRO and the need for the extension. MJ (acting chair) agreed with this.

TP noted the opening of the new station appeared to have experienced a delay, however he was still pursuing decisions and resources relating to a cycle hub. BA advised this needed to be in a prominent place.

Climate change

It was noted that the cycle parking rack removed from the ceremonial car park six months ago had still not been replaced.

Queries were raised about electric vehicle charging points which TP advised he would deal with separately. It was asked whether the proposed electric bike element of the forthcoming cycle hire scheme would be compatible with the charging points now being installed. TP advised probably not.

  1. Cycling Projects

  • No Limits to Health/Cycle Tours

Further discussion has taken place over the location of the base for this activity, no conclusion has yet been reached. The crowdfunding page has been set up. Some productive discussion was held with Canal & River Trust over collaboration.

  • Wheels for All

The Better Streets Fund has awarded funds to the national charity Cycling Projects to establish a Wheels for All disabled cycling project at Aldersley Leisure Village. Regular cycling sessions will be held using adapted bikes acquired for the purpose. This follows a successful pilot event which gauged interest in the idea, and is being replicated in other Black Country authorities.

MJ asked if the project was likely to need volunteers to assist the riders, TP said he thought they might. MJ said he could arrange for Wolves on Wheels to promote this to its members. RM asked if Mencap were involved in the project, TP advised that they are.

  • Park Village Education Centre

The Better Streets Fund has also awarded funds to Aladdin’s Education (CLG), currently providing community education services from the Park Village Education Centre, Heath Town. This is to provide cycling activities and facilitate cycling to the centre and in the community. The centre is working with Lesley Easter from Cycling UK to establish a community cycling club.

  1. Bike Life Report

The Bike Life report is an assessment of the state of cycling in the region, produced by Sustrans working alongside Transport for West Midlands and the local authorities. The West Midlands is one of fourteen urban areas participating in Bike Life in 2019, others include Liverpool City Region, Greater Manchester, Tyneside, Dublin Metropolitan Area, Bristol, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh. The report includes demographic data, levels of participation and opinions about cycling, inequalities and barriers to cycling, and opportunities for the future. The purpose of the report is to form part of the evidence base and business case to support future investment in cycling.

BA said this was demand led and infrastructure is needed. PB said from the university perspective people were encouraged to cycle but the facilities and infrastructure weren’t available. The ring road is considered a particular problem. TP to let the group know when the report is out, and ask for consultation to go wider when the report is reviewed in two years’ time.

  1. Strategic Routes

  • A4123

The multi-modal study concluded in 2019 identified issues and opportunities for this corridor. Public consultation mainly favoured moves to improve vehicle capacity. There was reasonable support for development of the cycle route but also some opposition.

Renewed effort is being made to identify a clear case for work on this corridor, and it may be that the cycle route progresses separately from other potential improvements. However there will need to be collective agreement over cycling arrangements at junctions, particularly signal-controlled junctions, and along the stretch from Thompson Avenue to the ring road.

There was a discussion about the existing provision along the A4123 and in particular whether the permission to cycle on the shared use sections had changed. TP said he thought not. It was suggested that some of the signage may have disappeared. This will be checked.

Regarding signal junctions it was asked if tunnels for cyclists had been considered. TP said not, because they were likely to be impracticable for space, cost and functionality reasons.

  • A454

Phases 1 & 2 (ring road to Old Heath Road) are designed and awaiting the outcome of a funding bid. Phase 3 (Neachells Lane Junction) designs have been the subject of consultation and are near to being finalized.

It was asked what the speed limit would be on the new gyratory system, TP did not know but said he would find out. It was also asked what air quality implications there were from the new arrangement.

  • A4124

The Better Streets Fund has allocated funding to improve cycling provision along the A4124 Wednesfield Road. Design work is about to begin on this with a delivery date by the end of August 2021. Several significant challenges are known to exist along this route and it remains to be seen how they can be overcome.

  1. Signage Scheme City Centre to i54

CoWC has worked with TfWM to develop an enhanced route signage scheme linking the city centre with i54 via the towpath and the new Bee Lane Playing Fields route. This is close to being ready to implement. Most of the signs will be fingerpost-style but there will be some multiple-direction signs. The intention is that these will carry the NCN number where appropriate, or a number relating to a regional network, along with the Network West Midlands logo.

MJ commented that it would be sensible if the signs could be made tamper-proof to prevent them being turned around on the posts.

  1. Council Climate Emergency Consultation

The council has opened a Climate Emergency consultation, which can be accessed via the council website. Details can be found at https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/news/city-council-launch-consultation-climate-commitment-benefit-future-generations

The council’s declared Climate Emergency focuses initially on making council activity carbon-neutral but also seeks views on wider reduction of carbon footprint. It was noted that Birmingham City Council has recently made a press release about its latest draft Transport Plan https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/transportplan which proposes segmentation of the city centre to deter journeys from one area to another within the centre. Wolverhampton’s city centre overall has not breached the air quality standard requiring it to take this kind of action, although work has been undertaken to address localized exceedances. The view was expressed that things won’t change substantially until the situation becomes unbearable.

It was suggested that the city centre needed to be made a more pleasant place to dwell in. TP advised that the Westside development was still in the pipeline which would transform a substantial area, as was the Westside Link project to create enhanced public realm between Westside and the Transport Interchange. It was noted that opinions within the forum differed as to whether shared-use space for pedestrians and cyclists was acceptable or whether a dedicated cycle route should have been included. At least one phase of Westside Link is due to commence later in the year, around the Civic Halls. Other phases including Queen Square are still under discussion.

Officers involved with the development of Westside Link will attend the April Forum meeting to give an update.

  1. Wolves on Wheels

TP apologised for missing WOW off the agenda. MJ advised that there was little to report from Wolves on Wheels at this time.

  1. Sustrans

No report

  1. Canals & Rivers Trust

No report

  1. Any Other Business

TP took away the following items to investigate:-

  • New chair – A new chair will be needed as of the July meeting. It is agreed that having a councillor as chair lends weight to the Forum.

  • Can we invite councillors to participate in ward rides along with officers and Forum members to gain understanding of the challenges for cyclists and identify possible improvements? This could be on a Saturday if desired.

  • Is Woverhampton likely to hold any traffic-free days in the city centre?

  • Can West Midlands Police be invited to the Forum? TP advised there was a police officer on the address list but there had been no attendance for a while.

  • Next meetings

23 April 2020 (Thursday) – booked

21 July 2020 (Tuesday) – booked

15 October 2020 (Thursday) – booked

19 January 2021 (Tuesday) – booked

22 April 2021 (Thursday) - booked

Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

Draft Agenda

 

Thursday 16 January, 6pm

Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,

St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

 

Access via entrance at Molineux end of building

 

  1. Apologies

  1. Minutes of the last meeting (17 October 2019)

  1. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

  1. Cycling Projects

  • No Limits to Health/Cycle Tours

  • Wheels for All

  • Park Village Education Centre

  1. BikeLife Report

  1. Strategic Routes

  • A4123

  • A454

  • A4124

  1. Signage Scheme City Centre to i54

  1. Council Climate Emergency Consultation

  1. Sustrans

  1. Canals & Rivers Trust

  1. Any Other Business

Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

Notes of Meeting

Thursday 17 October, 6pm

 

Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,

St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

 

Present: CMW, WS, TP, SH, DC, BA

 

  1. Apologies Lissa Evans, Tony Fox, Rob Marris, Julia Brant, Mike Jenkins

  1. Minutes of the last meeting (25 July 2019)

These were accepted as an accurate record

 

  1. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

  • Sainsbury cycle parking – covered cycle parking is scheduled to be installed on the ring road footway outside Sainsbury’s in the near future

  • Cycle Hub at the Transport Interchange – negotiations are on-going regarding this

  • Tram Rails and cyclist safety – concerns still exist about the safety of cyclists around in-carriageway tram rails, following the court ruling against Edinburgh City Council. The view was expressed that where routing for cyclists interfaced with tram rails it should facilitate and strongly encourage perpendicular crossing through design

  1. No Limits to Health/Heritage Trails

Sam Henry updated the meeting on this project. His key aim is to get a base established for the project, to provide storage, a workshop and a focal point. Hi immediate aim is to offer led rides such as Heritage tours, capitalising on tourism generated initially by the Commonwealth Games. The rides would typically use towpaths and quiet roads. With support from the Council, his Crowdfunding page is now live with a target of £33,000 to raise. This is to fund a fleet of bikes and Cytronic ebike conversion kits, and a base/workshop/storage possibly formed of storage containers. A potential location under consideration for this is Fowlers Park for ease of parking, access to the towpath network and proximity to the city centre. Concern was expressed about the venture being obstructed by towpath barriers, but it is understood these are operable by radar key.

 

  1. Council Climate Emergency

This was the subject of a formal resolution at full Council. The Youth Council addressed councillors and expressed hopes and fears for the climate in the future. The Council’s intention is to examine every policy and activity questioning its impact on the climate and seeking to reduce its carbon footprint as an organisation to zero by 2028. Discussions to date have focussed on a variety of environmental issues such as reduction in use of paper cups, and the mayoral limousine. It was acknowledged the most difficult areas will be where there are political decisions that need to be made over competing priorities such as economy. These would have a profound impact on matters such as town centre parking and road design. A Councillor Champion has been appointed in Barbara McGarrity. There is to be a working group to link into every area of council activity, and a Citizen’s assembly.

In relation to climate change, it was noted that the cycle parking formerly on the ceremonial car park had been peremptorily removed, following concerns about cycle theft. Concern was expressed that this was not in keeping with the climate agenda and that strong representation should be made to the building management for its replacement. In support of this, Sam Henry advised the meeting about the HSBC headquarters in Birmingham which has been built with minimal car parking and substantial cycle parking. The organisation also operates a strong and highly supportive cycling culture. Dave Clare advised that the starting point for reintroducing cycle parking was Secure by Design. This encourages cycle parking to be placed where overlooked by passers-by. Cctv is also beneficial. A suggestion was made regarding takeup of electric vehicles. This could be achieved in the council fleet and encouraged in taxis but would be more of a challenge for public vehicles.

Sam raised the new cycle routes in Birmingham as an example of good practice at a cost of £12 million. And asked if there was a will to do this in Wolverhampton. Dave advised that the quality of routes as a key issue for encouraging more cycling.

 

  1. Better Streets Project

TP advised that funding had been awarded to Wolverhampton through the Better Streets scheme for the following:-

  • Improvements to the cycle route on the A4124

  • Better signage of suitable cycle routes along/parallel to Great Brickkiln Street

  • Establishment of a centre for cycling activity at Park Village Education Centre

  • Establishment of a Wheels for All cycling project for disabled riders at Aldersley Leisure Village

  1. Bikeshare Scheme

TP advised that work was now under way to procure a new Cycle Hire scheme. The new scheme will comprise a minimum 1500 bikes across the West Midlands with 150 docking stations, with the option of virtual docks (demarcated areas with no physical docking apparatus). 10% of bikes are to be electric. The aim is to have selected the provider by the end of March 2020. First bikes should appear in Coventry by the end of 2020 in time for their “City of Culture” status, then to be rolled out across the rest of the region during 2021.

 

  1. A454 Eastern Gateway

TP reminded the group that a proposal featuring cycling provision for the section from the ring road to Old Heath Road had been identified through consultation as the preferred option, and advised there was development work ongoing on the detail of the Neachells Lane junction.

 

  1. A4123

There was nothing to report on this corridor

 

  1. Sustrans

It was identified that the NCN route through Pendeford needs attention to its surface

 

  1. Canals & Rivers Trust

  1. Any Other Business

Councillor Waite advised that he had not yet formally approached West Midlands Mayor Andy Street to request him to attend the Forum, but understood informally that he would probably send a representative.

Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

Draft Agenda

Thursday 17 October, 6pm

Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,

St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

Access via entrance at Molineux end of building

  1. Apologies

  1. Minutes of the last meeting (25 July 2019)

  1. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

  1. No Limits to Health/Heritage Trails

  1. Council Climate Emergency

  1. Better Streets Project

  1. Bikeshare Scheme

  1. A454 Eastern Gateway

  1. A4123

  1. Sustrans

  1. Canals & Rivers Trust

  1. Any Other Business

Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

Meeting Notes

Thursday 25 July, 6pm

Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,

St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

 

Present: Dave Clare (FOE), Win Sutton, Jon Rice (WOW), Councillor Claire Darke, Tony Fox, (Chair of Cannon Hill Peoples’ Park), Sam Henry, (No Limits To Health), Rob Marris, Julia Brant, Tim Philpot (CoWC)

 

  1. Apologies Cllr Martin Waite, Lissa Evans, Mike Jenkins

  1. No Limits to Health/Heritage Trails

Sam Henry and Tony Fox gave a presentation on proposed Wolverhampton Heritage Trails suitable for cycling. The project aims to promote both physical activity and cultural awareness, and capitalise on the tourism generated by the Commonwealth Games.

The idea springs from a regional Greenways map produced some years ago and still available online, which has been developed in Selly Oak (Birmingham).

The proposal is to establish a base for the project where a fleet of e-bikes can be stored and maintained, and from where rides can depart and return. The project will need to acquire the bikes and a shipping container or some other option for a base.

The project was well received by the group, and the presentation will be circulated for comment. There was discussion about the locations to be visited and the route to be taken. It was suggested that some form of safety assessment of the route would be needed.

There was discussion of how the project would be funded. Various options are available including the National Lottery and Crowdfunding.

  1. Minutes of the last meeting (15 January 2019)

These were accepted as accurate

  1. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

  • The question of cycle parking at Sainsbury’s City Centre Store was raised. TP advised plans were in place to install some outside the store on the Ring Road frontage.

  • RM expressed thanks for action taken to replace and refresh the cycle route markings in Worcester Street

  1. Wolves on Wheels – report and issues raised:-

Mike Jenkins was not able to attend but sent the following report:-

We are sorry to have to report that our friend, and long time Wolves on Wheels member, David Wilson died unexpectedly at the end of April. As well as being a regular attendee of this forum he was a ranger in the local Sustrans group and worked on NCN route 81. We have been able to help Dave's family place bikes and spares with Wolverhampton Bikeshed and Wildside Activity Centre who will use them to benefit local people.

We have publicised widely the consultation for the A4123 improvements and individual members have taken part in it.”

Mike also raised some issues for discussion as follows:-

  • Edinburgh ruling on Tram Rails

Recently a legal case against Edinburgh City Council was upheld after two cyclists were seriously injured, one fatally, following collisions in which the tram rails were a contributory factor. It is unclear at this point whether the court ruling was on the basis that tram rails are intrinsically dangerous to cyclists, or whether the fault lay in how cyclists were routed and whether safe options existed.

The group discussed the implications of this ruling for the Metro Extension in Wolverhampton. TP advised that the arrangements remained broadly as previously circulated.

There was discussion of problems experienced in previous years in Wolverhampton where the road surface surrounding the rails broke out and left wide and uneven channels next to the rails. JB referred to meeting held with Dave Holladay, a specialist consultant who gave advice on addressing safety issues arising from tram rails. TP advised there now appeared to be a resolution to this problem with the use of a different compound immediately adjacent to the rails.

There was general agreement that safety was of paramount importance and Metro arrangements should reflect that.

  • Council Declaration of Climate Emergency

There was discussion about what this would entail in practical terms. It was noted that travel by bicycle as an alternative to motor vehicle was a clear climate benefit.

It is understood that certain councillors are to champion the Council’s Climate Emergency action, including Cllr. Barbara McGarrity, Cllr. Beverley Momenabadi and Cllr. Claire Simm.

TP undertook to report back to a future meeting on developments.

  • Joint Letter from Cycling Ambassadors

It was noted that key leadership figures in Cycling and Walking for major British cities, Scotland and the West Midlands had sent a letter to the Secretary of State for Transport requesting increased funding for cycling infrastructure and improved quality standards.

  1. Better Streets Project

TP advised the group that the deadline for bids to the Better Streets Project was at the end of July. Better Streets offers members of the public the opportunity to propose improvements in their neighbourhood that would create a better environment for active travel. This could be done via the page on Transport for West Midlands’ website. There was a discussion of ideas that might qualify for this fund, including community secure cycle parking, as seen in Waltham Forest in London

  1. Bikeshare Scheme update

TP advised that progress on installing further bikes and docks in Wolverhampton had been slow after a modest but optimistic start in February, and that there were issues needing to be resolved.

  1. Station Cycle Hub

Discussions are ongoing with TfWM and WM Trains over the design and content of a Cycle Hub at Wolverhampton Station. This will need to wait until a suitable point in the station and metro extension works before any construction can take place, and will need to be co-ordinated with other priorities regarding use of space. It is likely that when appropriate a BikeShare dock would be introduced either inside or adjacent to the Cycle Hub

Discussion over this issue led to the suggestion that trains should make better provision for carriage of cycles. It was also noted that in London, Santander had become closely engaged with cycle planning and it was suggested a similar relationship might benefit the West Midlands.

  1. A454 Eastern Gateway Consultation update

The outcome of the consultation exercise previously carried out on four different options was approval for option 4, combining gyratory traffic arrangements with dedicated provision for cycling to proceed to detailed design.

  1. A4123 update

Following a multi-modal study of this route a bid for major scheme funding is being developed to make improvements.

  1. Cyclist training

No update available

  1. Sustrans

It appears that now the towpath between the city centre and Aldersley Junction has been surfaced, Sustrans have designated this as NCN81 in preference to the road route. A question remains over whether the road route will remain as part of the NCN or not.

  1. Canals & Rivers Trust

No report

  1. Any Other Business

It was noted that the cycle parking at the Civic Centre had been removed without notice. TP advised this was apparently in response to some recent bike thefts. Strong concern was registered that there was now no cycle parking at surface level for visitors to the Civic Centre

Thanks were extended to Councillor Darke for her interest in the Forum and for taking time away from her mayoral duties to remain for the whole meeting

NOTE: These are notes made by WOW members who attended the meeting. There may be errors, there certainly are omissions. They are intended only as an aide memoire until the official minutes come out.

 

Notes from Cycle Forum 25-7-2019

 

Tim Philpot (Wolverhampton Transportation)

Dave Clare (Wolverhampton FoE)

Cllr Claire Darke (Park Ward, current Mayor for Wton)

Wyn Sutton (Chair), Rob Marris (residents)

Sam Henry & colleague (No Limits)

Julia Brant, Jon Rice (Wolves on Wheels Cycle Campaign)

 

As per Agenda

  1. Apologies: Cllr Martin Waite

  2. No Limits to Health/Heritage Trails: Sam Henry & colleague, based Cannon Hill Park.

    No Limits Heritage/Health Trails using canals to link heritage sites. The intent for the project is to link heritage sites in time for Commonwealth Games 2022 – to link Wton with Bham wide initiatives.

    JB suggested there were a number of win outcomes for this –

  • to give a good impression of Wton, Bham & Black Country as an interesting region, the (industrial) heritage of which was ideally explored by cycle;

  • to link cycling to the Games as an active mode of travel;

  • to give young people the opportunity to show visitors/tourists the area in a way comparable to volunteers at London Olympics

  • to contribute to regional economic development of region by bringing tourist spend in via cycling

    Sam Henry et al very keen on partnership working.

    1. Minutes of the last meeting ...

    2. Matters arising ..

    3. Wolves on Wheels

    • Edinburgh ruling on tram rails

    • Council Carbon neutral commitment (note agenda gives this as neutral, not zero)

    • Joint Letter from Cycling Ambassadors

All these points were relayed by JB & JR as per MJ's notes

The following information emerged via Mayor Claire Darke:

WCC Climate Change champion = Cllr Barbara McGarrity (Spring Vale);

Digital Champion = Cllr Beverley Momenabardi (Ettingshall);

Inclusiveness Champion = Cllr Clare Simm (Oxley) .

    Re tram rails: TP indicated that re Railway Drive and Piper's Row/Lichfield St crossroads, tram rails would be set with adjacent surfaces flush with the rails to minimise dangers to cyclists. JB reminded TP of a Centro/Metro related meeting at Heantun House in September ….? with a nationally experienced consultant who came to give views and later inspect installation on Bilston Road, finding some unhappy examples of dangerous road surfaces.

     

    6.Better Streets Project: making streets fitter for walking & cycling. Deadline 31 July! Initiatives must come from the community. JB suggested lockable cycle storage containers for on street parking, given many households had nowhere to store/lock bikes. TP's observation = that this setup would need managing.

     

    7.BikeShare scheme update: the scheme with NextBike has been cancelled as NextBike failed to deliver on promises made to WCC. Usage statistics allegedly exist.

     

    1. Station Cycle Hub: DC suggested allocating time to this as dedicated agenda item at future meeting. The Forum could invite station manager to speak/present. TP pointed out difficulty of station site as operating environment – space and security being 2 major issues. The Cycle Hub can't go inside due to lack of space – more likely it will go in front of the multistorey car park.

      Deadline for completion of station building: allegedly end of this year. For Metro works: end of Dec. For Cycle Hub: spring 2020.

    1. A454 Eastern Gateway consultation update … TP urged to convey to WCC not to make same mistakes as on Penn Rd Island. JB made point that there should be optimum fit between infrastructure and user task, ie what are cyclists/pedestrians etc likely to want to do at any point, and how should the infrastructure be configured to enable that with .

    2. A4123 (Birmingham New Road) update: the intention is to have a continuous cyclepath from Wton to the Hagley Road.

    3. Cyclist training: TP deferred on.

    4. Sustrans: TP indicated that whereas previously, NCN81 was routed through Wton as on road because the canal towpath was not up to grade, Sustrans was now designationg NCN81 as along the towpath. The feeling from the meeting was that both could be operated along lines of NCN81/A to offer choice to cyclists and allow those wishing to come into city centre to do so. JB pointed out the precedent of various long distance footpaths having parallel routes on/off road.

    5. Canals & River Trust …

    6. Any Other Business: JB noted in TP's directions for entrance into Civic Centre at rear to indicate that the previously installed cycle racks had been removed. On enquiry,it appeared that after security issues with the building, that someone involved with this had taken a unilateral decision to remove the cycle racks, which apparently had subsequently been scrapped! It was pointed out that with all the ongoing initiatives such as Active Travel, cyclepaths etc. it was utter folly to remove cycle infrastructure and even more so to throw it away, which constituted a waste of public money.

    JB requested that the racks be reinstalled so that secure cycle parking was once more where it should be at that entrance to the Civic Centre. RM observed that he had had to leave his bike unsecured so how could this constitute an improvement on security?!

    Mayor Darke urged JB to write to all relevant councillors to complain!

    RM thanked Cllr Darke for sparing time from a very busy schedule to attend.

    The meeting concluded at 19.40pm.

    Wolverhampton Cycle Forum

    Draft Agenda

    Thursday 25 July, 6pm

    Committee Room 5, Civic Centre,
    St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton

    Access via entrance at Molineux end of building

     

    1. Apologies
    2. No Limits to Health/Heritage Trails

    3. Minutes of the last meeting (15 January 2019)

    4. Matters Arising not covered elsewhere in agenda:-

    5. Wolves on Wheels – report and issues raised:-

    - Edinburgh ruling on Tram Rails
    - Council Carbon-neutral commitment
    - Joint Letter from Cycling Ambassadors

    6. Better Streets Project

    7. Bikeshare Scheme update

    8. Station cycle hub

    9. A454 Eastern Gateway Consultation update
    10. A4123 update

    11. Cyclist training

    12. Sustrans

    13. Canals & Rivers Trust

    14. Any Other Business

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