Category Archives: Horsham Cycling Review

A small bit of Groningen, in Horsham – some good news

I wrote last year about the difficulties involved in getting to a couple of stations in West Sussex – Three Bridges, and Horsham – by bicycle and by foot. Horsham station is currently being redeveloped, with the western forecourt of … Continue reading

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Horsham Cycling Review – Route 2 (High Priority)

This post forms part of a series, documenting the recommendations of Cycling Review commissioned by Horsham District Council. The background is described here, and in the first post of the series here. Route 2 runs from North Heath Road, at … Continue reading

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Horsham Cycling Review – Route 1 (High Priority)

In a recent post, I described how Horsham District Council commissioned an independent review of cycling in Horsham, back in 2008, with a view to assessing where ‘gaps’ existed in Horsham’s cycling network, and how to go about improving the attractiveness … Continue reading

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