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published on 24th November 2020

New cycling campaign begins in North Somerset

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Love to Ride encourages cycling as a way to travel actively. It underlines the council’s commitment to carbon reduction. During the Covid-19 pandemic, choosing to …

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published on 17th November 2020

Council’s free Borrow a Bike loan scheme supports key workers

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The scheme, which usually gives North Somerset residents the opportunity to loan a bike for up to four weeks with a £50 deposit, has temporarily …

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published on 16th November 2020

Council awarded cash injection for permanent cycle and pedestrian routes

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The funding is part of a national £175m grant from the Department for Transport (DfT), which will see new safe routes for people to walk …

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published on 11th November 2020

Trial an electric Cargo Bike for free in North Somerset

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Industries already benefitting from zero-emission cargo bike deliveries include courier companies, food and grocery companies, tradespeople and other service providers. Kerry O’Neill is a Business …

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published on 21st October 2020

Commitment to increase walking and cycling revealed

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North Somerset Council’s Active Travel Strategy is a 10-year plan that aims to increase opportunities for walking and cycling, tackle the climate emergency, improve public …

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published on 13th October 2020

Strawberry Line section closure for essential embankment repairs

Map showing the Strawberry line temporary closure

For health and safety reasons, it is going to be necessary to close the whole of the Strawberry Line and the Winscombe Millennium Green between …

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published on 25th September 2020

Resident feedback leads to path upgrade

Map showing the diversion along Herliun Way in Weston super Mare

Update: 06/11/2020 In order to minimise future disruption, work to install fibre optic ducting along the cycle path at Herluin Way will take place next …

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