Temporary cycling and walking space won't only help people get their daily exercise safely, but will allow key workers to cycle to work, whether they are hospital staff, care workers, or others providing vital services. Please let your council know how much this is needed, why it's important in your area, and how easy it is to do.
Public service announcement: TfGM would like to know your thoughts about cycling in Greater Manchester.... even if you don't cycle they still want to hear from you!
We have launched a survey to collect experiences of people who have cycled alongside, close to or across Metrolink tram tracks in the past three years. If this applies to you, please take the survey.
Earlier this year, the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group (APPCG) took evidence from a range of cycling advocacy orgnisations, academics, transport planners and government departments to answer the question, “how can we get Britain cycling?”. Take the email action!
Love Your Bike urges people to support Greater Manchester’s Cycling City Ambition Grant bid. We believe a great city has to be a safe city for people who cycle.
On the morning of Friday 25th March, Love Your Bike campaigners invited the director of Metrolink to join them in trying to cycle up and down the steps outside GMPTE’s officers. He politely declined the invitation.