About Us, Events and Newsletter Updates

About Reading Cycle Campaign
Reading Cycle Campaign is a voluntary organisation that campaigns for better facilities for cyclists in Reading and surrounding areas. We[...]
Annual General Meeting 4th November
We normally have our AGM in June, but pushed this back hoping we could meet in person again by Autumn.[...]
June 2020 Newsletter
The June 2020 RCC newsletter pdf is now downloadable from the Newsletters page, or you can click on each article[...]

Campaign Reports and Chairman's Letters

RBC Summmer 2020 Report
In May, in response to the Covid-19 crisis, the Secretary of State for Transport stated that the government expects local[...]
WoBC Summer Report 2020
Having just landed the position of RCC representative for Wokingham Borough Council, I am still finding my way and hence[...]
Other Campaign News
The Chair and the AGM In normal times we hold our Annual General Meeting in June and elect (or nominate)[...]

Latest News Updates

Reading’s Draft Transport Strategy 2036
Our response to the consultation on Reading's Draft Transport Strategy is here. The draft strategy is a step change from[...]
Say ‘no’ to anti-cycle measures in Caversham
We are asking Reading Borough Council not to make cycling more difficult in Caversham. The Council is planning to introduce[...]
Local Cycle and Walking Infrastructure Plan
The Draft Reading Transport Strategy 2036 is out for consultation, see https://consult.reading.gov.uk. The consultation on the Reading Transport Strategy includes[...]
Last letter from Adrian Lawson
It comes as a bit of a surprise to be writing as the former Campaign Chair. I joined the campaign[...]
Interview with Cllr Adele Barnett-Ward
We are delighted to have the opportunity to interview Cllr Adele Barnett-Ward, Caversham Ward, Lead Member for Neighbourhoods and Communities.[...]
Why Electric Bikes Are The Answer
The way we move around in a Covid-19 world is going to change. For a time, public transport may not[...]
Transport Strategy Consultation
Reading Borough Council is consulting on its draft Transport Strategy to 2036.  Lead Councillor for Transport Tony Page says: "This[...]
Reading’s Biggest Ever Road Repair Programme
At the end of 2019 residents were given the opportunity to participate in a consultation on Reading Borough Council’s 2020/21[...]
Christchurch Bridge To Get Hairpin Bends?
Berkeley Homes has now submitted its planning application for blocks of flats on Vastern Road. Importantly for cyclists this development[...]