Cyclenation conference in Portsmouth on 20mph and 'Future Cycling Cities'
photo The spring Cyclenation conference will be held in Portsmouth where 20mph limits are common
The assocation of UK cycle campaigning groups, Cyclenation (of which LCC is a member), is holding its next cycle campaigning conference in Portsmouth on Saturday 17 April 2010.
The conference, hosted by the Portsmouth Cycle Forum and organised in conjunction with CTC, is a chance to learn the secrets of successful cycle campaigning and meet other people who are passionate about creating a cycling culture in the UK.
Portsmouth was the first city in the UK to adopt a 20mph limit across most of its street network, leading the way for other towns and cities across the country.
The speakers at the conference include:
- Graham Smith The pros and cons of shared space
- Simon Moon & Cllr Lynne Stagg Portsmouth’s 20 mph speed limit
- Cllr Ian Hudspeth Oxford’s plans for 20mph
Marc Clothier from Sussex Police on ‘Operation Crackdown’
- Paul Kitson (Russell Jones & Walker) Does the law adequately protect cyclists?
There will also be workshops on:
- 20’s Plenty
- bike parking
- working with local authorities
- working with young people
- cycle surveys
- Active Travel Strategy
Cyclenation’s chairman Andre Curtis said, “The main topics covered this year are very relevant to increasing everyday cycling. The speakers will, I am sure, help inspire campaigners and professionals alike, in particular to follow Portsmouth’s lead with 20mph.”
University of Portsmouth
Saturday 17 April, 10.30am - 4pm
registration is available online at www.pompeybug.co.uk/conference.
There will also be social rides and events from Friday 16 April through to Sunday 18 April 2010.