By Alison Hill
On Sunday 24 September you may have encountered a colourful group of kids accompanied by their grownups cycling around the city centre ringing their bells and waving. This cheerful sight was Oxford’s fourth Kidical Mass, and the third this year. Kidical Mass is a marshalled family-friendly ride to give children the opportunity to cycle on the roads of their home city, streets that would normally not be considered safe for them.
By Brad Baines
This Cycle To School Week (25 to 29 September) it’s time for bolder action to make it safe for kids cycling to school across Oxfordshire. That means more School Streets. By supporting more children (and parents) to change how they get to and from school, we can shift the transport patterns of an entire generation.
By Alison Hill
The Marston cycle-path bridges across the River Cherwell were built more than 30 years ago. Both are in urgent need of repair, and are now being worked on. The County Council has negotiated with the university and the University Parks management to allow people on bikes to cross the river at the Rainbow Bridge
By Lucy Giuliano
I started as Cyclox’s new Campaigns Director last month. I’m thrilled to have joined Cyclox at an exciting time for cycling in Oxford as we continue to call for safer streets for all. As my new role covers a range of responsibilities, I thought it would be helpful to share more about my background and my focus.