Willingale Road in Debden is a narrow residential street which follows the perimeter of the mid-20th century Debden housing estate. The road itself, like many… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 5: Willingale Road Chicanes
On Wednesday, Epping Forest Transport Action Group representative George Lund joined the Epping Forest Consultative Committee for the first time. We’re delighted to be able… Read More »Better transport in “The People’s Forest”
StopSwapGo is an initiative by Essex County Council to encourage more people to leave their cars at home and walk, cycle or take the bus… Read More »The StopSwapGo initiative from Essex County Council
This month we visit Chigwell Lane in Loughton to look at a shared use path which runs from Oakwood Hill to almost Debden station. The… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 4: Chigwell Lane Shared Path
In November the new Essex Climate Action Commission published its Interim Report (general info; report itself). First impressions suggest that they are serious about making big changes, and… Read More »Essex Climate Action Commission: Interim Report – our reactions
After my last blog on the new Whipps Cross junction, our journey towards London continues with a brief survey of the new cycle traffic lights… Read More »Tales of a Cycling Commuter 2: Lea Bridge Road lights
Some enterprising residents, from Chigwell Residents’ Association, the Parish Council, and Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG), have seen some opportunities for some exciting safe… Read More »A new cycling and walking network for Chigwell?
Cycling infrastructure broadly falls into two categories: ‘stuff that you use to go somewhere’ and ‘stuff that you use when you arrive’. Our first two… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 3: Job Centre Bike Rack