Riverside Drive Protest


Thursday 24th October at 3.30pm
At the pelican crossing between Priory Wood and the entrance to Festival Gardens

Liverpool Council has decided to push ahead with plans to construct a dual carriageway along the route of Jericho Lane, Riverside Drive and Sefton Street. LCC has declared a Climate Emergency, but building a road will lead to more car journeys and will generate more carbon emissions. Air pollution will worsen in the area around the road.

This LCC report from 2018 was not presented to the public at consulations in 2019: https://liverpool.greenparty.org.uk/news/2019/09/13/south-liverpool-road-plan/

Great Pedal Away Festival

Great Pedal Away Festival on Sunday 22 September.
Cycling Projects is a North West based charity with a national network making cycling accessible to everyone. Its Wheels for All programme supports disabled people by providing a range of adapted cycles at regular sessions and its Pedal Away programme brings people together to deliver health and social benefits.
The annual Great Pedal Away festival takes place on Sunday 22nd September 2019 at Aintree Racecourse. This year the event will be bigger and better than previous years; there is a 40+ Mile Challenge for regular cyclists and fundraisers, a 17+ Mile ‘Light’ ride, an under 8s ride, a family social ride, a Wheels for All disability cycling session, ditch your stabilisers workshop and a Step Out for Stroke Walk.
Register at participant.co.uk/GPA19
Free self-led family ride gpa19.eventbrite.co.uk

Liverpool ‘Upper Central’ consultation

Upper Central is a newly branded area of Liverpool, covering 56 acres in the middle of Liverpool city centre – the area is to be the subject of a draft masterplan to create an international standard gateway site to a £2bn flagship regeneration scheme.
Running from Central Station to Liverpool Science Park and Lime Street to Bold Street, Upper Central is seen as key to the future development of the city’s Knowledge Quarter.
http://www.uppercentral.co.uk

Public consultations:

FACT, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, L1 4DQ
Thursday 8 August 2019
1300-1800

Central Station, Liverpool, L1 1QE
Tuesday 20 August 2019
1000-1500

RIBA North, 21 Mann Island, Liverpool, L3 1BP
Thursday 5 September 2019
1300-1800

CLIMATE CRISIS? Let’s build more roads!

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 – 10.00-19.00
Spinnaker Suite, The Yacht Club, Liverpool Marina, Coburg Wharf, Liverpool L3 4BP

Tuesday 23 July 2019 – 15.00-19.00
Atrium, Central Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EW

Forthcoming Events

Saturday 9 June – 10:00-12:00 or 14:00-16:00
Green Baltic Mapping Workshop
The Women’s Organisation, 54 St. James Street
Working together to create a map of a sustainable future for the Baltic.
More details on Twitter @SophieP53468320

Wednesday 12 June – 17:30
Wirral Active Travel Forum
Pacific Road Hub

Wednesday 19 June – 17:00
Liverpool City Council Cycle Forum
Merseytravel, 1 Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1BP

ASPIRATIONAL CYCLE MAPPING EVENT

Wednesday 29 May 2019 – 14.00 to 18.30
DoES Liverpool, 1st Floor, The Tapestry, 68-76 Kempston Street, Liverpool L3 8HL

Liverpool City Council cycling and walking officer, Jayne Rodgers, is hoping to develop an Aspirational Cycling Map for the city that ‘maps’ a connected network of routes that local people use to travel around on their bikes. There is already a body of work that has been conducted by Simon O’Brien, the new LCC cycling champion, that identifies a network of routes to connect the greenspaces and highlights some potential low traffic and green corridors. The idea is to overlay Simon’s routes with the existing map data, the corridors identified in the LCWIP propensity to cycle tool exercise and your ideas for connections. 
Map tables will be set out at the event so that people can drop in and tell Jayne all about their ways of getting around and how we can identify appropriate routes that make those ‘missing links’.

Cycling for All