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Archive for October 2007

Scheme of the Month - Road Closure, Terry Avenue, York

Terry Avenue is a narrow road 3.96m wide which runs between the River Ouse and Rowntree Park. The Avenue had become a commuter rat run, used by 1,100 vehicles per day and was used as a linear car park, despite being part of National Cycle Network route 65. (more…)

Personality of the Month - Hugh McClintock

What is your job or other main activity that involves cycling?
In 2006 I retired from Nottingham University where I had been lecturing in town planning for 30 years. However, I am still very active in cycling, nationally, regionally and locally as an occasional lecturer, consultant, professional trainer and campaigner (more…)


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