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Following the talk Paul gave Waltham Forest mini-Holland: reducing road danger and growing active travel Charles Martin, Michael To and myself visited on Saturday, you can see the route taken and Michael’s thread with commentary. On behalf of…
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The second part to our June meeting notes: 'Waltham Forest mini-Holland: reducing road danger and growing active travel'. With thanks to @AnalogPuss #wfminiholland

This post forms the second part to the Notes from our June 2018 meeting, and reports on agenda item 9 ‘Guest presentation: Waltham Forest mini-Holland with Paul Gasson’. Paul’s account of the radical transformation that is taking place in parts of this…
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Notes from our June 2018 meeting

Get Sutton Cycling – the London Cycling Campaign in Sutton – met on the 6 June 2018 in the upstairs room of the Robin Hood, 52 West St, Sutton SM1 1SH. The highlight of this meeting (and the reason for choosing the Robin Hood upstairs room as the venue)…
Notes from our June 2018 meeting
Notes from our June 2018 meeting
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Papers released this week, as part of the agenda to the Environment and Neighbourhood Committee meeting scheduled for 28 June 2018, include the report ‘Update on Sustainable Transport Strategy‘ and three associate appendices (one of which, Appendix B,…
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The images in this article formed part of a presentation given at the Get Sutton Cycling meeting on 6 June 2018, by borough co-ordinator Charles Martin. The council elections on 3 May 2018 saw the Liberal Democrats hold London Borough of Sutton with a…
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New post: My Liveable London. Consider Sutton, imagine Sutton. Find out why the My Liveable London campaign from @london_cycling and @livingstreets is so important for Sutton http://bit.ly/LiveableLondon #MyLiveableLDN

This feature is based on the article ‘My Liveable London’ by Fran Graham, published in ‘London Cyclist’ magazine, Spring 2018.  The ‘My Liveable London’ pledge In the weeks before the 3 May 2018 London council elections, London Cycling Campaign and Living…
My Liveable London
My Liveable London
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New post: Sutton and the Mayor's Transport Strategy 2018

How would a Conservative, Green, Labour or Liberal Democrat controlled council in the London Borough of Sutton, in 2018, rise to the transport challenges as outlined in the Mayor’s Transport Strategy? To what degree would each party aspire to help the…
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Part two of 'Air pollution video - what happened next?'. Sutton's Air Quality Action Plan is currently being reviewed; a recognition that there is a need to reduce our dependence on cars; cycling is a top priority for Sutton Council.

Introduction In ‘Air Pollution video – what happened next? (Part 1)‘ (Get Sutton Cycling, April 2018) we considered the replies and acknowledgements received from councillors in response to the ‘Air Pollution in Sutton’ email that had been sent to all…
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New post: Part one of 'Air pollution video - what happened next?'. A review of what councillors had to say in response to our short film last year setting out the facts behind transport-related airborne pollution in the borough.

Introduction In the autumn of 2017, Get Sutton Cycling published a video called ‘Air Pollution in Sutton: How it affects you and how cycling can help‘.  The short film, aimed primarily at our councillors, set out the facts behind transport-related…
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Get Sutton Cycling – the London Cycling Campaign in Sutton – met in the Presidents’ Lounge, Sutton United Football Club, The Borough Sports Ground, Gander Green Lane, Sutton, SM1 2EY 1 Present: Gary (Chair), Charles (Coordinator), Neil, John K (Joint…
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