31 January 2017 - 10:27am
How to make a 'tube map' cycle network
Want to help your council plan for cycling? Make a tube map that illustrates the quality of your current cycle network and use it to ask for better facilities
11 January 2017 - 11:14am
Welsh local authorities start consulting on future cycle routes
As part of the next phase of the Active Travel (Wales) Act, local authorities across Wales are beginning to map the routes where future cycling and walking routes should be created. Cycling UK reports where it’s happening and how to get involved.
14 September 2016 - 10:33am
England's travel habits: was 2015 déjà vu for cycling?
People in England made fewer trips on average than ever recorded in 2015, according to the Department for Transport’s (DfT) annual travel habit survey, but it’s largely déjà vu for cycling.
25 August 2016 - 1:52pm
Space for Cycling is taking to the roads – hopefully they are cycle friendly!
Space for Cycling is taking to the road throughout this autumn and winter. Ten events will take place across the country to engage with local campaign groups and galvanise support. Whether a veteran campaigner or tentative cyclist, please check out our list of events, register your interest and come along!
8 August 2016 - 11:30am
Welsh Minister to call for public to get involved in shaping their communities
Rebecca Evans AM, the Welsh Government Minister with responsibility for Active Travel, will be using today's (Monday 8 August) launch of a new campaign by Wales’ leading walking and cycling organisations to urge people to have their say on how their communities could be better designed for getting around on foot and by bike.
8 June 2016 - 11:12am
Government must listen to MPs' and Lords' call for funding for cycling
Cycling UK praised the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group’s (APPCG) report of their inquiry into the Government’s draft Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) published today (Wednesday, 08 June). The report was launched at Cycling UK’s annual Parliamentary Bike Ride, as part of the preparations for Bike Week 2016.
5 April 2016 - 3:11pm
Local Campaign Group actions in the lead up to May
On 5 May 2016, millions of people in the UK will be casting votes for their regional representatives, Councillors, Mayors and Police & Crime Commissioners. Campaign groups across the country are therefore seizing the opportunity to up the profile of cycling and to demand safer and more effective cycling provision.
8 January 2016 - 5:00pm
Fund cycling through road investment strategy
Highways England’s Cycling Strategy, while rich in promise, only highlights the need to reallocate funding from the Government's Road Investment Strategy towards cycling.
22 December 2015 - 4:10pm
Bikeability boosted for the next 4 years
The Government’s announcement of £50m for cycle training scheme Bikeability is welcomed but the question of Space for Cycling still remains unanswered.
22 December 2015 - 1:25pm
Government letting unsafe drivers “off the hook”
CTC, the national cycling charity, expressed concern that the Government’s new Road Safety Statement issued yesterday (21 December) effectively lets unsafe drivers “off the hook”.
17 December 2015 - 12:12pm
Reallocate road funding for cycling says CTC
As the Government publishes its mission statement for the forthcoming Cycling and Walking Strategy (CWIS), CTC the national cycling charity questions the Government’s overall commitment to meet the aspirations outlined today.
4 December 2015 - 10:06am
CTC calls for safer Oxford cycle crossing
Nearly 700 cyclists have signed a petition spearheaded by CTC Councillor Graham Smith calling for Oxfordshire County Council to redesign a “potentially lethal” crossing facility for bikes in Oxford.
25 November 2015 - 2:51pm
“PM’s ‘Cycling Revolution’ punctured by Osborne”
Chancellor George Osborne today announced in his Autumn Statement that just £300m will be available for cycling over duration of this Parliament. At just £60m per year, this is a staggering 58% cut compared with the current year's projected spending of £142m.