This is the latest public domain news on this topic which could be of interest to people involved in any or all of the following campaigns (all of which I support and would be happy to speak on to community or campaign groups, and residents associations)
- getting rid of PSPO legislation entirely
- getting rid of #BridgeStreetBan on Bridge Street (illustrated) so that cyclists can decide for themselves whether or not to dismount (yes it certainly does require cycle training) #Sustrans #bikeability
- introducing 20mph speed limits, nicely, with community engagement without bumps #20sPlenty
- securing a useable cycle route through Peterborough city centre where the perfectly obvious place has been cluttered up with street furniture – this requires a strategic decision on whether or not cyclists should be diverted away from the shops in a city or calmed down (speed and manners) and invited into a welcoming retail space
- Reported 18th March https://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/peterborough-cyclist-fumes-at-extremely-harsh-80-fine-for-breaching-bridge-street-ban-1-8851437
- Schools4ClimateStrike took place in Cathedral Square on 12th April
- REDACTED VIDEO Reported 16th April https://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/video-shows-peterborough-enforcement-officer-who-threatened-children-with-80-fine-complaining-they-are-protesting-too-loudly-1-8891508
- 12th April for about two weeks @HowellOWGreens Cllr Julie Howell tweets Please note comments addressed to her about the legislative framework.
- Reported 25th April https://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/politics/controversial-private-enforcement-firm-to-be-removed-from-peterborough-s-streets-1-8904699
- Reported 1st May implications for neighbouring authority (btw Peterborough City Council is not the only one) https://www.wisbechstandard.co.uk/news/500-average-fines-and-costs-for-litter-offences-in-fens-1-6027286
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