Lower High Street Cycle Route, Watford Lower High Street Cycle Route, Watford The Integrated Transport Projects (ITP) team of Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) was requested to develop proposals to improve cycling facilities to the south of the town centre .... Click Here to see our up and coming Rides! Breakfast ride stopping at the Boot in Sarratt. Click Here to see our up and coming Rides!
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READ THE PROPOSAL

The Integrated Transport Projects (ITP) team of Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) was requested to develop proposals to improve cycling facilities to the south of the town centre based on the feasibility study undertaken, as a result of South West Hertfordshire Cycling Study Scheme

SWH5 – “Southern access to Town Centre. We have subsequently developed the recommendations .. “

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READ OUR RESPONSE

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed changes.

We welcome the proposals, as having the ability to cycle the full length of the High St. has been a leading issue for SPOKES members for the last 15 years.
We have supported the issues raised in the South West Hertfordshire Cycling Study & believe for a traditional town centre to continue attracting people it must be attractive, friendly, easily accessible and not congested. Street clutter should be kept to a minimum, particularly with railings & signs.

We believe pedestrians & cyclists & disabled people should have a priority over motor vehicles, car-parking should be in official car-parks, but all parties should be catered for.

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About Spokes

Spokes is the local cycle club for South West Hertfordshire, formed to encourage cycling by organizing rides & campaigning for better & safer cycling routes.

Spokes campaigns both to get better conditions for cycling in SW Hertfordshire and to encourage more people to enjoy cycling. You are welcome to join our rides or help us out with campaigning.

You do not have to be a member. If you choose to join it is only £10 a year. Benefits include a Newsletter four times a year & discounts at local cycle shops.

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Batchworth Lock & canal Center.
Not far from the place where the canal crosses the River Colne.

Past & Present Ride Thursday 13 Nov.2014

Dennis led a ride on visiting places of interest in the Watford area.    

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Tour de France comes to London

Very fortunate to be a route Marshall volunteer for the London leg (Stage 3) of Read more

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Sunday 29th June, Skyrides

Two rides left from the Cycle hub today, first was a 21 mile steady ride Read more

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London To Brighton 2014

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The logical thing is to make cycling and walking your preferred transport. You make sure that streets prioritise people over vehicles. You legislate and fund accordingly. Walking, cycling, public transport, taxis, private cars. In that order. At the moment it’s almost totally the other way round. It’s not logical or sustainable.

Chris Boardman August 2014

 

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Issue 83 Winter: December/January/December 2014

  Steve`s Ride to The Royal Standard at Marlow – Was this a before or Read more

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Issue 82 Autumn: September/October/November 2014

   Editorial – A Very Personal One The day dawned bright and with a new Read more

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Newsletter – Issue 81 Summer 2014

Saturday 26th April Starting from two meeting points, eleven Spokes members cycled through bluebell carpeted Read more

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