National Cycling Project Awards
Nominations are invited, by 28 January, for any project that can be shown to have increased cycle use and which has been operational for at least three months.
Projects must have enhanced the image and attractiveness of cycling in the wider community; resulted in an overall increase in cycle use; be capable of application more widely. Infrastructure projects must also be consistent with the IHT Hierarchy of Solutions and meet the key requirements of safety, coherence, directness, attractiveness, and comfort; encourage good riding practice compatible with the National Cycle Training Standard; be maintenance-friendly, with an effective maintenance plan in place.
Nomination forms can be downloaded from the website of the Cycle Campaign Network, www.cyclenetwork.org.uk
Designing for cyclists
This conference, which runs on 14 April 2005 at Nottingham University, is a chance to discuss the approach to revision of the Cycle Friendly Infrastructure Guidelines and their incorporation into the Manual for Streets.
The conference will be of interest to Local Authority Officers & Councillors, consultants, and representatives of cycle users.
£140 including lunch (limited number of concessionary rates for cycle user groups).
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