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|Cycling Vision 2016 published
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|Cambridge Cycling Campaign becomes a charity
|Newsletter 93 now online
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|Newsletter 84 now online
|Committee list updated
|Cambridge CycleStreets.net launched, replacing our older mapping system
|Newsletter 83 now online
|Our submission to the Cambridgeshire Transport Commission now submitted
|Details of our forthcoming Ride to Reach Fair (the Camcycle 20/50)
|Created a survey about snow and ice problems
|Newsletter 82 now online
|Videos from the archive added
|‘Do it by cycle’ DVD from Cambridgeshire County Council can be watched online
|Newsletter 81 is online
|Cambridge Cycle Parking Guide, a major new resource we have published
|Information and documents about the proposed Charitable Status, to be considered at the AGM
|Details of the AGM 2008
|Newsletter 80 is online
|Newsletter 79 is online
|Newsletter 78 is online
|Most interactive sections of the site, including mapping, have been upgraded to support international characters (UTF-8 unicode)
|Photos from the CCN/CTC Spring Conference 2008
|Cycling 2020, our vision for cycling
|Elections section, containing views of election candidates
|Issued a formal request for proposals for our new Cambridge Cycle Parking Guide
|Launched Cycling in New Developments, a major new position paper
|CCN/CTC Spring Conference 2008 pages launched
|Information about the new Grand Arcade Cycle Park
|Launched a new planning, section of the website
|Updated campaigning page covering our concerns about the Grand Arcade Cycle Park
|Newsletter 76 is online
|Put expenses policy (internal policy) online
|Constitution updated to include the changes made at the 2007 AGM
|Newsletter 75 is online
|Committee list updated
|Newsletter 74 is online
|Stop the Revolution blocking the Downing Steeet contraflow with more delivery vehicles. Object to the planning application.
|New Station area plans announced. Read the summary
|Our website is kindly hosted by Mythic Beasts
|Newsletter 73 online
|Congestion charging / demand management news and views added
|Cycle parking installation guidance compiled
|Newsletter 72 online
|Elections section, containing views of election candidates
|Newsletter 71 online
|Newsletter 70, including a Stop Press supplement, added
|Some history – the Cambridge Cycleways Report 1975, which makes interesting reading..
|Our campaign in support of proposals for two-way cycling in one-way streets
|Events for 2007 added and earlier ones archived
|Newsletter 69 added
|Added An Expert Witness in Cycling (John Franklin’s paper presented to our 2006 AGM)
|Committee list updated and change to the Constitution made, following the AGM
|Updated archive of campaigning letters and consultation responses from 2006
|Newsletter 68 added
|Our campaign on the new Gonville Place pedestrian/cycle crossing
|Put online the 2006 City Council Cycle Parking Standards
|Photos from our Berry-picking Leisurely Ride
|Added information on cycle auctions in Cambridge
|Photos from our Leisurely Ride to Ely
|Cycling 2020: formal Request For Proposals bidding now open
|Photos from our Netherlands Cycling Study Tour
|Photos of the Arbury Park road works
|A page on our campaign about the removal of cycle parking outside Cambridge central library
|New article on Insurance against cycle theft and third-party liability
|Printable leaflet on keeping your bicycle safe
|Our campaign for alternative cycle parking provision following the removal of cycle parking at the central library
|New Roadworks affecting cyclists locally section of website: see also right-hand column of home page.
|Newsletter 67 added
|Mapping and photo-map tools launched – a major new facility enabling you to view/add photos and cycle routes
|Newsletter 66 added
|Committee page overhauled
|Programme of Leisurely Rides 2006 published
|Newsletter 65 added
|Mailing list archives, running on the Campaign’s new e-mail list infrastructure, are now viewable by members of those lists; doing so requires login with your Camcycle website account.
|Visitors can now create and sign in with a free Camcycle account on the website, used for a variety of interactive services being launched shortly
|Newsletter 64 added
|Online membership form introduced
|Completed archive of campaigning letters and consultation responses from 2005
|Events for 2006 added and earlier ones archived
|Newsletter 63 added
|Committee list updated, following the AGM
|Newsletter 62 added
|Online membership renewal is now available
|Online shop launched – currently T-shirts can be purchased online
|Newsletter 61 added
|Letters to the press being added.
|Changes to the Constitution passed at the 2004 AGM incorporated.
|Newsletter 60 added
|Tech: webforms rewritten
|Added a sitemap, providing links to all sections of the site
|Newsletter 59 added
|Added PDF versions of our Responsible, Legal Cycling paper and our Manifesto.
|Updates on developments on the proposed experimental suspension of the City Centre cycling ban.
|Newsletter 58 added
|Added our press release, Historic decision for the historic core on the decision to suspend the historic city centre cycling restriction for a trial period, starting later this year.
|Events for 2005 added and earlier ones archived
|Completed archive of campaigning letters and consultation responses from 2003
|Completed archive of campaigning letters and consultation responses from 2004
|Newsletter 57 added
|Newsletter 56 added
|Updated city centre cycling map
|Updated the Cambridge City Council cycle parking standards page to reflect the new standards
|Tech: Migrated site generation to using the pureContent framework and refactored newsletter and threads code
|Started a major new section on campaigning letters and consultation responses
|Information on suppliers of cycle lockers added
|Newsletter 55 added
|Newsletter 54 added
|Added a downloadable map of cycling regulations in the city centre
|Bike Week 2004 events listing added
|Added Milton Road bus censuses
|Updated cycle training information
|Updates and letters regarding the helmet compulsion bill
|Our policy and response to the County Council’s Guided Bus proposals added
|Comments and feedback on the helmet compulsion bill
|Newsletter 53 added
|Station cycle parking census added
|Various new Newsletter ‘threads‘ added
|Tech: External sites are now marked with an arrow symbol (), in browsers with good support for ‘web standards’.
|Tech: Converted website from tables layout to CSS2 layout. Pages should be even faster to download and better styled as well as more accessible. Users of ancient browsers such as Netscape 4 will get the content (very clearly) but not the styling. Please contact the webmaster if you experience any problems.
|Newsletter 52 added
Tech: further internal code overhaul
Problematic styling removed from Netscape 4
|Events for 2004 added and earlier ones archived
|Tech: implemented new site policy of not making e-mail addresses clickable for anti-spam reasons; all addresses now encoded
|Added photographs of examples of priority over sideroads in Bloomsbury, London
|Newsletter 51 added
|Updated the Cambridge City Council cycle parking standards page
|Added a short page on priority over sideroads
|Newsletter 50 added
|A few stylistic changes across the site and more presentation moved into the site’s stylesheet.
|Newsletter 49 added
|Tech: Print layout removed and replaced by a print stylesheet: menus will be removed automatically when printing using a browser which supports web standards.
|Newsletter 48 added
|Our new Position paper on responsible, legal cycling online
|Newsletter 47 added
|Information on Park Street Cycle Park added
|Newsletter 46 added.
|2nd – 6th January
Tech: Newsletter auto-generation code overhauled and presentation improved.
Tech: Threads auto-generation code overhauled and new features added.
Tech: Layout code simplified to reduce loading time.
Tech: Most of the site is now valid XHTML.
Tech: Layout code streamlined to reduce page size by around 2k.
|Press releases archive now includes a fuller archive of press releases
Newsletter 45 added.
Search box added to house style template – see top-right corner
|Links section overhauled.
|Newsletter 44 added.
Improvements made to the cycle parking section in preparation for new content. Streamlining of the resources section.
Tech: Version 2 of site hierarchy script added.
|Newsletter style guidelines added.
|Newsletter 43 added.
|Website statistics now being produced automatically on a daily basis.
|Links to external site tidied up and changed links policy added.
|Lots more updated information on Bike Week 2002.
|Newsletter 42 added.
|E-Mail discussion lists sign-up form updated.
|Information on the Station Planning Brief.
|Information on Core Scheme Stage 3 – Silver Street and Regent Street.
|Added the Campaign’s Data Protection Policy.
|Lots of information on National Bike Week 2002.
|Added information on buying a trailer.
|Updated maintenance courses information.
|Cambridgeshire cycle parking standards added.
|Newsletter 41 added.
|‘MindIt’ boxes removed from various pages, as this (previously free) service is no longer available. An alternative is being developed in-house.
|SuperCAM subgroup added.
|Membership numbers page updated.
Tech: Vast number of internal changes to the site code done, including:
|Newsletter 40 added.
|Core Scheme Stage 3 consultation – our initial response.
|Information on the new maintenance course beginning 26th February.
|Duxford Double ride route added to leisurely rides section.
|Bus shelters updated.
|Website is now Bobby Approved: Click here for further information on website accessibility features.
|Website statistics being produced and updated regularly
|Campaigning section gateway sorted out at last.
Newsletter 39 added
Our views on quality of cycle provision added
New Committee list added
List of abbreviations added
|Search facility now working.
Information on cycle theft, including a newsletter ‘thread’, added.
Information on Coldham’s Lane Bridge and Parker’s Piece added.
|Lots of newsletter ‘threads’ added. See the page for more information.
You can now submit forthcoming events online.
Various improvements made to website navigation.
|Added Newsletter 38
|Added Newsletter 37
Added Newsletter 36
Moved to a new server. Please let us know of any problems with the web site.
|Added Bus shelters on shared-use paths
|Added Newsletter 35
|Added Newsletter 34
|Added Newsletter 33
Added Newsletter 32
Added Bikes On Trains petition
|Added “The Bikeman” to the Discounts list (and other minor updates)
|Added Newsletter 31
|Added Review of Cambridge Millennium Festival of Cycling
|Added Golden Bell and Chocolate Chain 2000 Award Winners
|Added Newsletter 30
|Added WAGN’s response to (most of) our list of concerns
|Added list of cyclists’ concerns, addressed to WAGN
Added information about the proposed WAGN bike ban
Updated Motorbikes bid to use Cambridge bus lanes
|Added Newsletter 29
|Added Postcard for reporting potholes and similar problems
|Updated Guide to Cycle Parking Suppliers
|Added Postcard for reporting vehicles parked in bus and cycle lanes
|Added Newsletter 28
|Added our Millennium Festival of Cycling pages
|Added fax number to Contacts page
|Added Newsletter 27
|Added Enabling and encouraging people to cycle (John Franklin’s paper presented to our 1999 AGM)
Updated Membership Form (both HTML and PDF)
Updated About Cambridge Cycling Campaign
|Added Townsends to the Discounts list
|Added Vehicle Speeds – on the Advertising Standards Authority’s adjudications on our recent car-advert complaints.
|Added Newsletter 26
|Added Motorcyclists bid to use Cambridge Bus and Cycle lanes…
|Added Newsletter 25
Updated National Bike Week pages
Added Arrive by Bike destinations
|Added Newsletter 24
|Moved National Bike Week pages to this site
|Added Highlights (in PDF) and Photos of the VeloCity 99 Conference
|Added PDF version of membership form
|Added E-mail discussion group subscription page
|Added Newsletter 23
|Added Newsletter 22
Added new address for “Chris’s Bikes” to the Discounts list
Added “Cambridge Recycles” to the Discounts list
Added Bikes and Trains Subgroup Page
(with details of the imminent clearance of old bikes)
Added our FAQ
Added National Bike Week 1999 pages.
Added Newsletter 21
Added Cycle Parking Subgroup Page
Added Spotters’ Guide to Cambridge Cycle Parking
Added Guide to Cycle Parking Suppliers
|Changed David Earl’s e-mail to ‘email@example.com’.
Added Camcycle Bulletin number 1
Added Science Park Vehicle Count report
Added Science Park subgroup page
Added Newsletter 20
Added Tea Stops
Added Visiting Cambridge
Added links to CTC local pages
Updated Campaign Constitution
|Added Campaign Constitution
Added Newsletter 19
Added Our response to the White Paper
Revamped the Front Page
Created a new Campaigning page.
Added Cambridge Cycling Campaign position papers as follows:
Position paper on One Way Streets – July 1998
Position paper on Advanced Stop Lines – July 1998
Position paper on Left Turn Lanes – July 1998
|Added various links to The White Paper on the Future of Transport
|Added various links to Hobbs Pavilion Restaurant
|Added Cycling Campaign welcomes 500th member
Added Reporting faults
Added Search hints
Added various links to Ben Hayward Web Site
Added Newsletter 18
Added our list of local organisations
|Added various links to our National Bike Week pages
|Added various links to Cambridge & Huntingdon Health Authority
Added “D.Tek” to the Discounts list
Added “Maps”>Hills Road Corridor”, and “Trailers” to the Subgroups list
Added various links to the main National Bike Week
|Major revamp of Diary/Meetings page – and added National Bike Week events.
|Added Notes for Advertisers
|Added Newsletter 17
|Added Search facility
Added Can You Help?
Added Sweatshirt Order Form
|Added Cycle Campaigning Reference Material
Updated About Cambridge Cycling Campaign
Added a (somewhat primitive) standard header and footer to every page.
Changed the site address to ‘http://www.ccdc.cam.ac.uk/camcycle’ throughout.
Changed Clare Macrae’s e-mail to ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.
Added Newsletter 16
Added Injury/Collision advice
Added “Chris’s Mobile Bicycle Service” to the Discounts list
Added “National Bike Week 1998” to the Subgroups list
|Added Newsletter 15
|New, improved Membership Form
Added Newsletter 14
Added 5th Cycle Friendly Employers Newsletter
Added some photos of our Groningen trip
|Added our Royal Mail PO Box address
Added Newsletter 13
Added Anglia Railways Golden Bell Award press release.
Updated Cycle Friendly Employer contact details throughout site.
|Fixed some broken links. (Thanks, Jim)
|Added details of our Golden Bell & Chocolate Chain Awards winners.
|Added Newsletter 12
|Added National Bike Week page.
Added subgroups page.
Added links to Mark Clarke’s
photos of Grand Cycle Ride ’97
|Updated all pages to use latest Campaign e-mail address
Added sub-titles to the Home Page.
|Updated the National Bike Week calendar.
|Added this “What’s New” page.
|Added Newsletter 11
|Updated all pages to use new Campaign e-mail address
|Added 4th Cycle Friendly Employers Newsletter
Added Newsletter 10
Added 3rd Cycle Friendly Employers Newsletter