Manchester Friends of the Earth are inviting people in Greater Manchester to join in with a Bike Friday cycle ride on Friday 27 February and help map the cycling experience in Manchester. (1)
It’s been described by George Monbiot as “the Climate Change Act’s evil twin”. The Infrastructure Bill is now at the most crucial stage in Parliament, and we need your help to get your MP voting for important changes.
Email received from Bury Council asking for suggestions for cycling infrastructure schemes in Bury. Please contact Chris Wilkinson: C.M.Wilkinson@bury.gov.uk
Manchester City Council response to Love Your Bike comments on Prestwich and Airport City cycleway routes
Our response to the Manchester City Council consultation on the Cheetham Hill and Wilmslow Road cycleways was submitted on 2nd January 2015. [pdf height=”950″]https://www.manchesterfoe.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Love-Your-Bike-response-to-Velocity-routes-Cheetham-Hill-Didsbury-1st-January-2015-final-low-res.pdf[/pdf] Download pdf
Here is our response to plans for Prestwich Cycleway and Airport City Cycle Way. The response from Manchester City Council is also available. Download pdf
Responding to the Government’s announcement today of more than 80 new road schemes, Friends of the Earth senior campaigner Jane Thomas said: “Once again UK transport policy is heading in the wrong direction.
New plans for segregated cycle lanes on Oxford Road. Plans and a video available via the Manchester Evening News website.
Deutsche Bahn and their partners in Denmark, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Czech Republic are planning to close down the following night train routes by the end of 2014. Send an email directly to Deutsche Bahn
On Friday 31st October, Love Your Bike are inviting people to join one of the Bike Friday ‘cycle to work’ rides  to support the updated ‘Getting Moving: A Manifesto for Cycling In Greater Manchester’.
On 17th October 2014, Manchester Friends of the Earth submitted a response (pdf) to the Stockport Town Centre Access Plan (Access Plan).
This morning, volunteers from Manchester Friends of the Earth joined campaigners from Fair Fares Now and the RMT and TSSA unions to protest against the introduction of evening peak fares.