Newcastle Cycling Forum Survey 2013 - This consultation has now ended

Recently Newcastle received a grant of £5.7m from the government’s Cycle City Ambition Fund, which will be used to create new cycling infrastructure improving access to the city centre by bike and to create people-friendly neighbourhoods, as part of a ten-year plan to improve routes and facilities across Newcastle. 

We are inviting people on the Cycling News / Cycling Forum mailing list, who receive the Cycling News newsletter, to complete the questionnaire. Do not worry if you have not been to any Cycling Forum meetings, we are just interested in what people think about what should be the focus for the future for cycling in Newcastle.

The Newcastle Cycling Forum exists “to bring together people, organisations and groups with an interest in cycling so that they can influence the Council's policy on cycling, and help shape how the cycling budget should be spent”. As part of the ongoing work to make Newcastle a city fit for cycling, we want to take this chance to think about how the Council communicates with people about cycling, what the Cycling Forum’s priorities should be for the future, how meetings are run, and what people generally want from it. 

Please take a few minutes to give us your views on this by completing this short questionnaire. If you have any questions about it, please contact Louise Reeve, Policy and Information Officer, at:, or telephone: 0191 277 75080191 277 7508. Please complete the survey by 24 November 2013. Thank you. 
You can see the Newcastle Cycling Forum webpage here: Newcastle Cycling Forum

Start Date

17 October 2013

End Date

24 November 2013


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