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Cycle Lane Testing – Lime Street

03 August 2022

Let’s try that new cycle lane on Lime Street togetherWednesday 10 August6pmMeet at St George’s Hall Organised by Cycle Liverpool

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Forthcoming meetings

12 February, 2020

Merseyside Cycling Campaign Monthly MeetingMonday 17 February – 6pmFodder Canteen, 65a Norfolk Street, Liverpool L1 0BE Liverpool City Council Active Travel ForumThursday 20 February – 5pmAlder Hey Children’s NHS Trust, Eaton Rd, Liverpool L12 2AP Riverside Drive ProtestThursday 27 February – 3.30pm At the pelican crossing  point on Riverside Drive between Priory Wood and the entrance…

Pedal Press Autumn 2019 issue out now

30 October, 2019

• How cycling provision is better in Copenhagen and Cambridge.• Flawed cycling infrastructure consultations in Liverpool.• Reports from Leverhulme Summer Cycle, Wild Wales Challenge, Wavertree Car Free Day.• Bike ride listings. Download PDF here

CLIMATE CRISIS? Let’s build more roads!

16 July, 2019

Liverpool City Council plans a dual carriageway along Sefton Street, Riverside Drive and Jericho Lane. How much of Otterspool Park will be lost? How much more pollution will this new road cause? Public Information Exhibitions Monday 22 July 2019 – 10.00-19.00Spinnaker Suite, The Yacht Club, Liverpool Marina, Coburg Wharf, Liverpool L3 4BP Tuesday 23 July…

Forthcoming Events

7 June, 2019

Saturday 9 June – 10:00-12:00 or 14:00-16:00Green Baltic Mapping WorkshopThe Women’s Organisation, 54 St. James StreetWorking together to create a map of a sustainable future for the Baltic.More details on Twitter @SophieP53468320 Wednesday 12 June – 17:30Wirral Active Travel ForumPacific Road Hub Wednesday 19 June – 17:00Liverpool City Council Cycle ForumMerseytravel, 1 Mann Island, Liverpool L3…

Pedal Press Summer 2019 issue out now

31 May, 2019

The latest issue of Pedal Press is available to download here

vote bike

27 April, 2019

The local elections are on the 2nd May, below is a downloadable letter you can send to prospective candidates to promote the Made to Move campaign in your area. We all have the right to travel safely but when it comes to walking or cycling on Merseyside roads you or your child are more…

Liverpool, the Cyclists’ View

22 April, 2019

A look at cycling in the city in 2019 – talking to experts and campaigners and finding all is not well for those on two wheels. Also a look at how they did it in Amsterdam and what we could learn from the Dutch.

Pedal Press Spring 2019 issue out now

28 February, 2019

Pedal Press Spring 2019• Protest and cycle rideCyclists are having their say by taking to the streets• Plans for the plannersThe consultants hired to improve the Lime Street area forgot to include cycle lanes – MCC shows them how to make plans• 15 steps to make Merseyside moveManchester has a strategic vision and Merseyside needs…

Consultation on Princes Avenue and Road scheme

11 February, 2019

Consultation on Princes Avenue and Road scheme.6pm, Tuesday, 26 FebruaryKuumba Imani Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool L8 1TH

300 Bikes

22 January, 2019

300 BIKES – Saturday 2 February 201911:00-12:00St George’s Hall, Liverpool L1 1JJ The aim was to get 300 cyclists together for a show of strength and unity and highlight the desire for improved cycle safety and infrastructure In Liverpool. There was a terrific turn-out, despite the icy conditions. Cyclists met up at St George’s Plateau…

Lcr walking and cycling infrastructure plans

21 December, 2018

A Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan is being developed for the Liverpool City Region (LCR).  This stems from the Metro-mayor Steve Rotheram’s manifesto commitment to champion the needs of pedestrians and cyclists, to make sustainable and healthy forms of transport safer and more attractive. Merseytravel presentation Please fill in the survey at: This survey is open…

Pedal Press Winter 2018 issue out now

14 December, 2018

Pedal Press Winter 2018 available to download PedalPress-Winter2018-online Liverpool needs a Bicycle Mayor The vanishing Lime Street Cycle lane Rights of way Bikes on trains