Category Archives: vehicular cycling

Richmond Council thinking is as joined up as its cycling provision.

This is the consultation to implement an advisory cycle lane leading towards Richmond Bridge. And this is the calendar of meetings for the council’s Cycling Liaison Group. Someone in the council thinks that implementing new cycle facilities doesn’t need mentioning … Continue reading

Posted in bicycle, Uncategorized, vehicular cycling | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

What won’t bring about mass cycling … ignoring the elephant on the table.

If you accept the views of some bloggers, there are many things that aren’t going to encourage mass uptake of cycling as a mode of transport. One that seems to be coming up quite frequently at the moment is the … Continue reading

Posted in driving, Dutch please, Richmond, Uncategorized, vehicular cycling | Tagged | Leave a comment

Red hot ambition in Richmond

Last night I went to the council’s Cycling Liaison Group. And for a body whose objective is “to get more people cycling, more safely, more often”, it didn’t strike me as having particularly high expectations. First off, we talked about … Continue reading

Posted in bicycle, Dutch please, LIP, planning, Richmond, Uncategorized, vehicular cycling, walking | 2 Comments

Cycling and Walking in Richmond

I’m inspired by a number of people to talk about walking and cycling in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Like many parts of London, and many parts of the country, Richmond should be perfect for the majority of … Continue reading

Posted in bicycle, driving, Richmond, vehicular cycling | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment