Our auditing team has now commenced the audit of Rhode Lane. Since starting the audit process we have completed over twenty audits covering all the main routes in and out of town. The Department for Transport (DfT), has requested that our towns & cities produce a Local Walking & Cycling Infrastructure Plan (LWCIP). The document will use the audits to provide key evidence to the government of our existing infrastructure layout. It is our aim to supply compelling data and analysis to pursue new funding for good qualitty walking & cycling route networks.
Since our launch back in February 2019 we have come a long way, and we are really encouraged by the the amount of effort and enthusiasm you have put in!
If you are interested in being a part of our group, please come along to our next meeting on Weds 17th Dec 2019 7.00pm location tba. You don’t need any particular skills or knowledge and can do as little or as much as you like!
BACC has been very active in the last 6 months and we have exciting plans ahead. We are determined to see a better, safer Bridgwater. We want to have good walking and cycling routes to get in, out and across the town without having to use a car. The more people leave their cars behind for short trips into town, the better the traffic is for those who must drive in and out. Let’s share the roads amicably and make safe off road routes for the young, old and vulnerable users.