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
Hertfordshire County Council is setting out its ideas for making St.Albans a traffic jam free place where it is pleasant to cycle, walk and use public transport. The ideas are included in their South Central Growth and Transport Plan Some of the ideas include more 20 mph zones, improved junctions and more connections for the [...]
We'll hear why this might just be the case when Suzanne Dolan explains about Carbon Literacy at BAFTA. St,Albans Cycle Campaign have been campaigning for a change to a cycle culture in St.Albans for years - but we'll hear why they hope that advice from the speaker at their public meeting on 30th September will [...]
Join Amanda Yorwerth to hear about St.Albans Cycle Campaign’s meeting to explore how we can have healthy streets, and Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s invitation to have a wild June.
Second only to Cambridge in number of commuters cycling, things could be better for cyclists at St.Albans City Station. Amanda Yorwerth is joined by Larry Heyman, Local Development Manager for Thameslink & Great Northern Govia Thameslink Railway, and Rona Wightman of St.Albans Cycle Campaign to discuss the current problems cyclists experience and the planned solutions.