cyclingSo what are we doing about transport bugbears and the resource wastage, and how can you help?

We want:-

  • to rekindle the enthusiasm and commitment to rethink how our streets are designed and managed so that Bishopston’s air gets cleaner and our streets are more livable for all ages;
  • access to the existing resources including online lists of bugbears and the Council’s analysis of them;
  • the existing pool of ideas and scheme proposals to be progressed, preferably with more community participation;
  • practical support from Bristol City Council to enable local action by residents, including technical support and legal backup on traffic regulation orders;
  • a budget that can be spent on minor, but viable and powerful, bugbear-reducing schemes.

Our campaign is calling for all of these to be put in place.

You can help beat the bugbears. We're building a group of residents who will work together to develop and champion traffic projects that will clean up our air.

Join us in pressing for the above campaign demands!

REMEMBER!: the Clean Air Bishopston team is small and purely voluntary, wants to do a lot more to enhance this web site and extend our project, but needs YOU!! Please get in touch with your contributions, comments, suggestions, offers of help, or for some other reason: click here to reach our contact form.
 

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