Since the start of the pandemic, Essex Highways has done almost nothing to tackle the emergency across most of our district. So we wrote to Councillor Kevin Bentley, who is the member of the Essex County Council Cabinet with responsibility for highways and infrastructure, to find out what’s going on.
EFTAG Cycling (George)
On May 9th, Grant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, announced a £2 billion package to create ‘a new era for cycling and walking’. The tide suddenly… Read More »Massive investment in walking and cycling – petition to sign
LOCAL CYCLE CAMPAIGNERS MEET COUNCILLORS IN BUCKHURST HILL On Thursday 11 July campaigners from Epping Forest Transport Action Group’s (EFTAG) cycling team met councillors from… Read More »EFTAG calls for segregated cycle routes
Essex County Council are proposing 26 new cycling schemes for Loughton, Chigwell & Buckhurst Hill in their draft Cycling Action Plan. Some of the proposals… Read More »Take part: cycling in Loughton, Chigwell & Buckhurst Hill
Last year Essex County Council published a first draft of their Cycling Action Plan for Epping Forest. EFTAG Cycling have sent an initial response to… Read More »EFTAG responds to draft Cycling Action Plan