Whilst we know that there are good reasons for walking or cycling, with so many cars on the roads around here it can just feel too dangerous. But this could all change with a new agreement aimed at creating better cycling and walking networks in the District We'll hear from Cllr Chris White, leader and [...]
Cycling has boomed during the pandemic. Hear Helen Burridge's heartwarming account about how her family fell in love with cycling during lockdown. Cycling advocate Mike Hartley tells us what he thinks is required to keep us cycling. And Cllr Annie Brewster explains why she thinks now is the time for a cycle path on the [...]
County Councillor and Leader of St.Albans District Council, Chris White explains what's happening over road changes in St.Albans post COVID, and further changes the could be made to assist safe walking, cycling and visits to local shops whilst social distancing.
The quiet roads are encouraging many of us to dust off our bikes and get out for the first time for a while. But just as we’re finding that teaching kids school work at home is not as easy as it might seem, teaching kids to cycle isn’t so easy either. So in this podcast [...]
Herts County Council has outlined its ideas for more sustainable transport in and around St.Albans. Do the plans go far enough and could you suggest better ideas? Cllr Derek Ashley explains the proposals and John Metcalf of St.Albans Cycle Campaign gives his views
Permanent traffic jams, polluted air, mental health issues – there are so many reasons why St.Albans needs a Healthy Travel Network. And transport engineer Brian Deegan is helping communities around the country achieve just that. How? Brian chats to Amanda Yorwerth in this week’s Environment Matters.
With another pedestrian recently killed on Camp Road in St.Albans, is it time for a 20 mph zone across St.Albans? We hear the concerns of a Camp School Mum and St.Albans Green Party campaigner, Jill Mills.