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... especially in Exeter
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... where there is increasing pressure on the infrastructure:
Number of cyclists in Exeter increases by 40 per cent | Exeter Express and Echo
The CTC in Exeter forms the Exeter Cycle Forum:
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And it has helped put together a vision for cycling in the city:
Exeter Cycle Vision
This has very much been in response to the rate of development around Exeter and its impact on the surrounding infrastructure.
transport - Exeter and East Devon Growth Point
More traffic chaos in Exeter and parking 'lottery' if home proposals go ahead predicts councillor | Exeter Express and Echo
Last month the group conducted a very interesting exercise:
Exeter Cycle Forum - Workshop Exercise - June 2015
Options for the Development of Cycle Facilities in and around Exeter
At the Exeter Cycle Forum Meeting held on 16 June 2015 an exercise was undertaken to explore options for the development of the Exeter Cycle Network over the next 20 years.
This report contains
- The brief for the Exercise
- The notes produced by each of the four teams (called North, South, East and West), and
- Additional notes provided by those unable to attend the meeting.
Each of the four teams annotated a map showing the changes to the Network that they propose. These are shown at the following four links together with a consolidated map showing the output from all four teams.
- Consolidated Map of All Team's Proposals
- North Team's Map
- South Team's Map
- East Team's Map
- West Team's Map
The following links show the original annotated maps.
Thumbnail images of the maps.
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The County Council have done their own mapping exercise:
Public given chance to shape Exeter's cycle network | Exeter Express and Echo
Mapped: New Cranbrook to Exeter cycle route will take riders through city cemetery | Exeter Express and Echo
Meanwhile, the Exeter Civic Society is showing interest in infrastructure:
Another area of interest for us is the huge bus station redevelopment, as well as the city’s transport and many waterways. We have recently set up the ‘Transport’ and the ‘River, Canal & Quayside’ sub-committees to study and monitor these.
Exeter Civic Society