Making Bristol easier, safer and enjoyable to get around.

SPACE FOR CYCLING

These are the six things that are needed

Why and What

Bristol is the 2nd most congested city in the UK and pollution kills nearly 200 people a year. More safe cycle routes is part of the solution.

REDUCED THROUGH-TRAFFIC

On residential streets making streets more pleasant and liveable for residents

PROTECTED SPACE

Lots of high quality, protected, continuous, cycle lanes.

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL

So that children are able to cycle to school safely helping then be more active and independent

PEOPLE-FRIENDLY CENTRES

Prioritising walking, cycling and public transport makes public spaces more pleasant places to work, shop and relax.

TRAFFIC-FREE ROUTES

Open up more green areas for cycling, giving safer options for recreation and commuting.

LOWER TRAFFIC SPEEDS

Greater enforcement of 20 mph

Get candidates to commit to better, safer cycle infrastructure

About

Making Bristol a cycle friendly city
For a less polluted, healthier city that’s easier to get around

Space for Cycling is about making riding a bike in Bristol a realistic choice for everyone, whatever their age or ability. As a result there will be less congestion, less air and noise pollution, more friendly neighbourhoods, and more freedom for children to be active outside.

  • Bristol loves bikes

    8 in 10 people support increasing the safety of cycling

  • Make cycling safer

    7 in 10 people want to see more spent on safer cycling infrastructure

  • Continuous, safe cycle lanes

    More than 8 in 10 people want protected, separate cycle lanes

  • People friendly shopping areas

    Most people want shopping centres closed to private motor vehicles

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