In this final article on the five Sustainable Safety principles, we look at how roads can be designed using the three previously discussed principles (Functionality, Homogeneity and Predictability) to create environments that are forgiving to mistakes and that make users aware of how safely they are using the road.
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In June 2014 we adopted Sustainable Safety as our first policy. Here we will describe the five principles of Sustainable Safety. This article will talk about Predictability and what it means. We have previously discussed Functionality and Homogeneity. We explained the…
Gateshead Council’s Quarterly Cycling Forum
Gateshead Council’s (not so) Quarterly Cycling Forum
Back in April Newcastle City council published their bid for the Cycle City Ambition Fund (CCAF) and in August nearly £6million was awarded to the council. This money has to be converted into changes on the ground by 2015. A…
This meeting has been cancelled.
In April, Newcastle City Council published their bid for the Cycle City Ambition Fund and they have begun discussing the work that is needed to deliver. The Newcastle cycling campaign will be represented and involved in this through two project groups to be set up by the council.
Over the last few months we asked our members to take part in a survey to find out what they thought about the different ways in which we communicate with them. We have now counted up the responses and the results are in…
Gateshead Council Quarterly Cycling Forum. The original date was postponed, the meeting will now be held on the 23rd May.
Over the last year the Newcastle Cycling Campaign has been working with a number of other local groups to make recommendations to the Nexus board regarding the Metro and Bikes. On 10th January the Nexus board met and considered the…