About the RCC
About the Reading Cycle Campaign
Reading Cycle Campaign is a voluntary organisation that campaigns for better facilities for cyclists in Reading and surrounding areas. We[...]
Forthcoming Events
Open meeting on Wednesday 20th February
Come along to the next RCC open meeting on Wednesday 20th February at 7.30pm. It will be held in Room[...]
RCC Newsletter
December 2018 Newsletter
The December 2018 RCC newsletter pdf is now downloadable from the Newsletters page, or you can click on each article[...]
Latest News
Free Traffic Cycle Route
October saw an unlooked for improvement to Reading’s cycle network, or at least the route along Watlington Street heading south-east[...]
Latest News
Driving Instructors To Get Cycle Awareness Training
In June Transport Minister Jesse Norman announced additional training for driving instructors to “ensure cyclists’ safety is at the forefront[...]
Latest News
Southcote 20 Mile An Hour Limit
Southcote has a new 20 mile an hour speed limit, and various measures to reduce traffic issues, and make it[...]
Reading Campaign Report
RBC Winter Report
A Cycle Forum meeting took place on 31 October with RBC, RCC and other representatives present. A range of issues[...]
Wokingham Campaign Report
WoBC Autumn Report
I responded to the consultation by WoBC on the western part of the North Wokingham Distributor Road from the M4[...]
Cycle Forum
Cycle Forum
The Cycle Forum is the quarterly meeting of RBC Councillors, Transport Officers and cycle interest groups (RCC, CTC, Sustrans, GREN).[...]
Blog posts
Getting Children Cycling – On Roads!
Maybe you’ve noticed an increase in groups of children in high visibility jackets cycling on a range of roads around[...]
Chance for New School Routines Scuppered
The first week in September, like many other parents, was the first time I had to brave the school run[...]
Meeting with Matt Rodda MP
Matt Rodda MP took time out of his busy schedule on Friday 2nd November to meet Adrian Lawson, John Lee[...]
Chairman’s Letter, December 2018
Dear RCC members, With all that we know about the impact of travel on our town, country, planet, environment, economy[...]
Comparing Cambridge and Reading
Following on from my article in the last newsletter (June 2018) highlighting bike infrastructure in Utrecht in the Netherlands, in[...]
Pothole Reporting Comparison
The current condition of the roads has created quite a lot of discussion of late. Indeed the June 2018 newsletter[...]