If you've ever thought to yourself "this place could really do with a cycle route, or a pavement to walk on that doesn't require a keen sense of balance", Commonplace is for you. The Welsh Government is promoting Commonplace as a platform to engage the community and identify the areas that need an intervention. Have... Continue Reading →
Whilst we've been watching with interest the developing picture of Cardiff's main cycle routes, for whatever reason since the deep dive series we've not really been compelled to write about each individual plan. However, the plans for Cathays Terrace and Allensbank Road, forming part of the North/South route is different. It's oh so interesting... The... Continue Reading →
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?
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 →
Cardiff County Council has begun consulting on its plans for parking in the City. Cardiff’s new Parking Strategy is about Managing Parking for a Liveable City, and will form the basis for decisions relating to parking in Cardiff. Source: Parking Strategy Consultation - Keeping Cardiff Moving Not long ago we talked about the significant price increase affecting... Continue Reading →
As part of the process of identifying the Vale's existing active travel routes, the Council has launched a public consultation exercise to gather the views of local residents and key stakeholders. The consultation will run from Thursday 01 October 2015 to Friday 18 December 2015. You can have your say by completing the online survey... Continue Reading →
Defra is holding a joint Welsh, English & Northern Irish consultation on measures to address Nitrogen Dioxide levels in our cities. The plans set out actions being planned or implemented at local, regional and national levels to meet the annual and hourly EU limit values for nitrogen dioxide in the shortest possible time. This consultation... Continue Reading →