180 people call for action for clean and safer streets

Over 180 people came to our meeting on Oct. 2nd and supported our call for immediate and substantial investment to make Oxford a healthier and safer city for people who walk, cycle and use our roads.

We are starting work on our next steps and would be keen to hear from  you with ideas or offers of help.

We also invite you to write to the Chancellor of the Exchequer asking him to release £150m in the Autumn Budget to provide segregated cycle routes in the City of Oxford, as proposed in the Gilligan Report, for the benefit of all who travel within the city, and between the city and its surrounding towns.

Full information on the meeting and next steps here.

We will post updates on our Facebook page  and welcome your ideas and comments