By Kathryn McNicoll
As we approach the 200th bike to be handed out to keyworkers across Oxford it is perhaps a good time to reflect on the extraordinary success of this project.
By Andy Chivers
Ignoring the harmful exhaust emissions for a moment, the car is a remarkable invention, combining freedom and security, effectively providing you with a house on wheels. But it is limited in one respect – it only runs on roads. In Oxford particularly, a bike offers many other ways to get from A to B that the car driver is denied.
Co-creating a cycling environment for 9s to 90s
Final conference report and action points
As we all navigate Oxford’s very congested streets during rush hour and experience these frustrations, we feel there is an opportunity for everyone to be more considerate of each other. This initiative is designed to remind cyclists of their right to be on the road, as well as their responsibilities.
Members of Oxford’s Coalition for Healthy Streets and Active Travel (CoHSAT) have submitted a complaint regarding the disproportionate focus on the negative behaviour of cyclists above the problems posed by any other form of transport.
With some help from our friends at Oxfordshire Cycling Network and Bicester Bike Users Group, we put forward 5 key questions to all Oxfordshire parliamentary candidates ahead of the 2019 general election.