We didn't want to bite, we really didn't. A quick read of the tagline, which speaks of car parking; mountains of hearsay and conjecture about the evils we cyclists have imposed upon humanity; and how nobody will use it --whatever 'it' turns out to be, pretty much tells you all you need to know. Or does it?
We know that cycling is by far the best way to get around Cardiff and most of you no doubt know this too. However, WalesOnline has conducted a little experiment to see how it compares to other forms of transport. Of course the bicycle wins... Starting from the same location in Whitchurch at 8:15am, five... Continue Reading →
The consultation for the Integrated Network Maps is now open, so it would be a good idea if as many of us responded to it as possible. It is vitally important that all of you who are interested in seeing active travel, be that walking or cycling, get involved in this consultation. However, cycle routes... Continue Reading →
The Council is currently beavering away at its new cycling strategy, which will hopefully pave the way for some ambitious integrated network plans come September 2017. The previous strategy arrived before the Active Travel Act, along with its own design guidance and the Enfys map many of us are familiar with. To say the previous strategy... Continue Reading →
It's all very well having a fancy new transport hub in Cardiff, but if the trains are still overcrowded, late and expensive it's going to leave a bad taste in the mouths of residents and visitors alike. Fortunately, Welsh Government is planning to tender for a new contract for the Wales & Borders rail franchise,... Continue Reading →