You support the pop up cycle lane on Albion Way and hope it will become permanent
It will make it safer for people walking and on bikes
It’s only a short distance, and much more cycle infrastructure is needed across the town
Any personal story about riding a bike in Horsham?
Thanks to the council for making this start.
- Stress the health benefit of less cars and more walking and cycling – cleaner air, less pollution, less C02 reducing Horsham Districts contribution to the climate crisis.
- Here’s a useful stat: According to the National Travel Survey, in 2017-18 over 40% of urban journeys were under 2 miles – perfectly suited to walking and cycling. So anything that enables people to change from car use to ‘active travel’ is useful. And Albion Way is an example of that.
West Sussex County Council:
firstname.lastname@example.org (supportive Horsham based councillor)
Horsham District Council
email@example.com Council leader
firstname.lastname@example.org Cabinet member, lead on LCWIP
Plus these councillors: email@example.com
This is the Horsham District Cycling Forum’s presentation from Tuesday 30th June
View an earlier Horsham District Cycling Forum blog here
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