Barnet Cycling Matters

Barnet Cycling Matters

Potholes

Local councils, including Barnet Council, have a duty to maintain the roads, but they can only fill a pothole if they know about it. If you want a pothole repaired, you have to report it. There are several different ways to report potholes and road defects but members of Barnet Cyclists have had good experiences with FillThatHole at fillthathole.org.uk.

You can use this website to report potholes and road defects anywhere in the UK. These reports are then automatically forwarded to the right people (ie Local Councils), to get the roads repaired. If you prefer, you can report potholes on Barnet’s website at barnet.gov.uk/citizen-home/report-a-problem.html

Sign for a Mini-Holland scheme in Barnet

Are you keen to make Barnet’s streets more attractive for walking and to introduce measures to make our roads safer for people who want to cycle? If so, please check out the petition on Barnet’s website which is asking the Council to review its Transport Strategy, with the defined aim of encouraging more walking and cycling through the establishment of a Mini-Holland in the Borough. 

It only takes a couple of minutes to sign this petition: click here.

Mini-Holland schemes encourage more people to cycle, and cycle more often, with features that make cycling feel safer and more convenient. They also aim to improve streets and public spaces for everyone. 

Andrea Garman              
Coordinator, Barnet
 

Cycling UK continues to support the UK to cycle
This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19