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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – UK’s ‘mini Holland’ has to be seen to be believed
March 14, 2018
I HAVE cycled since I was a child, and used my bike for transport consistently since then. In the last few years I have developed a keen interest in the benefits to individuals, society and
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – ‘Cyclists need more protection from potholes’
February 20, 2018
JACK Frost preys on the old and the enfeebled, areas already crumbling and cracked, weakened by heavy traffic, harsh braking, and years of neglect.
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – The ‘cycle superhighway’ buried underneath our roads
February 13, 2018
WHAT would it take to double the capacity of one of Oxford’s oldest and most celebrated bits of cycling infrastructure? A private finance initiative scheme, perhaps? Some Section 106 funding?
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Is it time to close roads and stop cars doing the school run?
January 31, 2018
WITH the school run accounting for 20 per cent of congestion, and issues around air quality and safety around the school gate – tackling the use of the private car for the school run must be a
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – ‘Parts of Oxford are no-go areas – it’s time to think the unthinkable on traffic chaos’
January 24, 2018
Alison Hill & Simon Hunt
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Investing in cycling is a ‘no brainer’ to cut pollution
January 16, 2018
LAST Friday I went to the Oxford Friends of the Earth meeting on Climate Change and Transport. The Wesley Memorial church was full, a great display of the energy and commitment to tackling
On Yer Bike – Why people get confused about where you can and can’t cycle in Oxford
November 29, 2017
I’VE an apology to make. Riding east on The High, a few afternoons ago, outside the Covered Market, I was behind a couple of other riders and we were all blocked behind a bus.
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – How come Westgate could finish car park in time, but not ‘cycle hub’
November 14, 2017
By Tom Turton
COLUMN: Do ‘cyclist dismount’ signs mean you have to get off your bike?
November 7, 2017
By Andy Chivers
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – ‘Near misses with cars are all too common on narrow streets’
October 24, 2017
By Graham Smith.
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Could conference see a shift in gear over cycling in Oxford?
October 10, 2017
EVER wondered how successful cycling schemes get started, how local authorities plan and fund cycling infrastructure, why people change their behaviour to take up cycling, or how to ensure that
COLUMN: On Yer Bike – What should we make of the ‘dangerous cycling’ case?
September 27, 2017
It’s been a week of high drama for those who take an interest in road safety and cycling. Charlie Alliston’s trial and his sentencing for ‘wanton and furious driving’ was followed swiftly by
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