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Exeter Cycling Campaign - speaking up for Everyday cycling to be Safe, Convenient & Connected in and around Exeter.
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Exeter Cycling 6h
That’s really great to hear Yvonne. We’d love your ideas on how to get the infrastructure side of things moving as quickly? We’ve been here for 3 years with solutions like our Cycle Network Plan however the pace of change needs to rapidly increase as there’s a
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Zsolt Schuller 🇪🇺 May 24
“Previously these narrow streets carried through traffic, vehicles with no business in the area!” We’ve done it before, we can do it again! Check out this amazing film from the 60’s about Govt funded ‘Area Improvement’ project in
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Mayor of Hackney May 24
One of the best slides from 's presentation at this morning.
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Exeter Cycling 8h
“We use pilot projects to alter the mental map of citizens and entrepreneurs” says (Credit: ). Start making space for cycling THIS summer in locations across Exeter like Barrack Road with simple measures like this...
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Exeter Cycling 10h
Nope! This route is the perfect place to start taking ACTION to enable cycling and cut carbon. Paint like this simply isn’t protection. We need to set the bar higher!
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Exeter Cycling 12h
Excited to hear plan to install electric bikes for use by staff 👏🏻. Time to provide protected cycle space on Barrack Road & Polsloe Road to enable safe, connected, convenient cycling. Fancy trialing it ? This’d be a great CIC collaboration.
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Exeter Cycling 14h
"The only way we are going to reach out to people not used to riding a bike is to give them safe cycle lanes, otherwise they’re not going to do it.”
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Laura Rose-Baker May 24
Supporters of and beyond - if you spot it report it to police please!
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Exeter Cycling May 24
If you are a decision-maker, concerned about the economic impacts on retail of taming the traffic, check out this thread.
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ETA Services Ltd May 24
As an urban dweller, it's all too easy to despair, but it's true: Cities can change and improve.
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Laura Rose-Baker May 24
Fantastic meet up with other supporters. Thank for bringing your brilliant new ebikes and etrailer along. Really inspiring to hear why others are involved in the campaign and their ideas to secure the changes needed to save people and planet.
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Exeter Cycling May 24
We've offered to contribute to Devon's citizens' assembly. Cycling won't solve the but t it can certainly help.
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Henk Swarttouw May 23
Cycling cities are not a goal in itself. It’s about better, liveable cities and towns for the people who live and work there, says
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Exeter Cycling May 23
Great to see new faces, catch up over a drink and hear about the CoDelivery venture and the new fleet of ebikes and electric cargobikes. And no lycra to be seen!
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Frank O'Kelly May 23
Really enjoyed meeting some of you last night - what you are doing is fantastic for so many reasons
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Exeter Cycling May 23
Replying to @FrankOKelly1
Thank you!
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Exeter Cycling May 23
"Dutch children enjoy freedoms denied to children in the countries we come from, and thrive on them" And this is one reason why we'd like to make cycling the natural choice for all ages and abilities.
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Lorna  Devenish May 13
Good, then we can go all out for protected bike infrastructure.
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Laura Rose-Baker May 23
Tonight after voting congratulate yourself by dropping into for a ☕️🍻 and meet a few friendly faces from . No hard sell about cycling. Non-cyclists VERY welcome. Come have a natter!
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Exeter Cycling May 23
Replying to @Rdjnewton85
Too much to say in one tweet. Please cc us in on any emails. info@exetercyclingcampaign.org.uk Together we are stronger.
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