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Cycle Winchester has responded to or actively engaged with all major consultations and planning discussions concerning Winchester and its environs. We also use our links with supporters to encourage them to engage as individuals with all cycle-related planning issues, wherever possible.

We have urged local authorities to seize the opportunity of Covid-19 Emergency Active Travel Funding to make improvements to cycling conditions in Winchester.

Cycle Winchester was invited to participate as a stakeholder in the Winchester Movement Strategy and the Workshop for Non-Motorised Users organised by Highways England with regard to the new Junction 9. We have engaged in campaigns regarding the new Sports and Leisure Park at Bar End, Station Approach, St Maurice Covert and Badger Farm Road.

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Winchester Together for Our Planet

Cycle Winchester Mass Ride 5, taking place next Saturday, October 16th, falls just outside the main Winchester Green Week, which concluded on October 3rd. Still, we are pleased to share the common branding agreed for many of the Green Week events, in the lead-up to COP26, the 2021 United Nations ...
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HCC cancels Active Travel schemes and we want to know why

As we feared, Hampshire County Council has chosen to remove existing, tranche 1, active travel schemes, and cancel the bulk of planned tranche 2 schemes. Cycle Winchester is asking HCC why. The evidence base for this decision seems flawed. To summarise the key points of the decision: Hyde Street is ...
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Results of AFT2 consultation

Hampshire plans to remove Active Travel schemes despite strong public support

CW calls on HCC to implement new schemes in full, retaining temporary schemes in the interim Hampshire County Council this week published a recommendation to remove current Active Travel schemes in Winchester with no replacement in sight. This despite a clean sweep of positive responses to the public consultation held ...
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Winchester Cycling Charter reaches 500!

Since launching in March, over 70 organisations have signed-up to the charter and shown their support for a more cycle-friendly city – including most of the leading Winchester institutions and a wide selection of high street names. And we now have over 500 individual supporters. Thank you for backing this ...
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M3 Junction 9 - May 2021 - Walking and Cycling Proposals Plan

M3 Junction 9: Highways England U-turns on cycleways

Abandoned plans for a new cycle route and a new bridleway… Earlier this month Highways England (the agency responsible for England’s motorways and trunk roads) launched the next phase of its consultation on the redesign of M3 Junction 9 at Winnall. We here at Cycle Winchester were looking forward to ...
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