Cambridge Cycling Campaign’s new web site was launched on 4 October. There’s a lot of extra information on the new site, and it is organised in a more logical way for easier access. We’re making an effort to keep the front page updated with local campaigning news, so it is worth making frequent visits. Our thanks go to the Campaign’s new webmaster, Martin Lucas-Smith, for a job very well done.
A new section has been added to Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s web site: the Aladdin’s Cave of bicycles recovered in the Cambridge area. If your bike is stolen or lost, be sure to look at:
Cyclists.org.uk, launched by Campaign member Richard George, is a very useful site. It bills itself as ‘the UK Cyclist’s Portal – providing news, information and chat for non-competitive cyclists and those who’d like to take up cycling for leisure or transport’
The County Council web site has two very useful interactive online maps. One shows all ‘road traffic accidents’ between 1998 to 2000 in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough that resulted in ‘personal injury’. It also shows ‘accident cluster sites’. The other shows all work planned by Council road maintenance and utility companies for the coming six months.