We have our next open meeting on Thursday 21 September at the Richmond Building, University of Portsmouth.
At our last meeting in June we mourned and paid tribute to Tim Atkins. He was killed after being knocked off his bike on the Eastern Road cycle path. We have been pressing Portsmouth City Council to do something about the blind spots and pinch points for years and now our – and your – voices are being heard.
At the meeting we will hear from Cllr Simon Bosher, the city transport portfolio holder. He will be presenting the plans for the changes to the Eastern Road. These will be going out to consultation around the same time with a number of ‘roadshows’ taking place at the end of the month.
At our last meeting before the general election we were expecting the then MP for Portsmouth South, Flick Drummond to speak about her work in Parliament. Now she has some free time and will be with us to talk about the work of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cycling, of which she was a member. There will be time for questions after her talk.
We start at 7pm, so please arrive 10-15 minutes earlier.
The meeting will take place on Thursday 21 September at 7.00pm in Lecture Theatre 2 of the Richmond Building of the University of Portsmouth. We start at 7.00pm, so please arrive 10-15 minutes earlier.
PCC Cycle Surgery
As discussed at our June meeting, we have arranged a ‘surgery’ with one of the active travel and road safety team at the city council. There is the opportunity to discuss particular issues you have with cycling in the city. There is time for 4 slots before this meeting, and we hope to have some more in November. To make sure of your slot please find more information and booking form here.