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Broad Street trams
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert on Saturday.

Roger Lawrence
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ian robathan Jun 23, 2017.

The new Birmingham Cycle Super Highway
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ARKrider Mar 11, 2016.

 

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Robert replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
Saturday
Doug replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"This film shows plenty of cyclists, pedestrians walking and riding with trams and tram tracks. It shows an urban environment that predates dates the car .- in Stockton on…"
Friday
LS replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"I've ridden the tram route from Stephenson Street to Colmore Row loads of times and will be cycling on Broad Street too. There might be a no cycling sign near the Apple Store but I've never seen it officer I'm very sorry. I'm not…"
Jan 8
ARKrider replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"Birmingham Connected seemed very happy and pleased they banned cyclists on Twitter few months ago. What have they done in the past several years for cyclists? NOTHING! As to weather cars will be allowed or not I am not sure. I would assume cars will…"
Jan 8
ARKrider replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"Collecting evidence from the website, current road layout, and the original set up of the bicycle banning on the extension between Snowhill and New Street, its very safe to assume cycling will be banned on both Hill Street and also on Broad Street I…"
Jan 8
Ryan Stait posted a discussion

Broad Street trams

I don't want to get into a debate about the riskiness of cycling over tramlines but can somebody advise what the layout will be when the trams head up to Five Ways?I'm sure I remember reading that cars won't be allowed down Broad Street so I presume it will be one tram lane and one bus lane. Can anybody confirm?See More
Jan 3
Ryan Stait replied to Joanna Klaces's discussion Cyclist safety - again
"As Ian has said, if you haven't already contact @trafficwmp on Twitter. They are really engaged in protecting vulnerable road users and actively encourage reporting of poor driving/ mobile usage (although normally needs footage). I'm sure…"
Nov 15, 2017
Ryan Stait replied to LS's discussion BCC Consultations with a cycling element
"Good news Tom. Hopefully Cllr Stacey keeps his job long enough for some of this to be implemented."
Nov 10, 2017
Ryan Stait replied to LS's discussion Bike Hire scheme
Oct 17, 2017
ARKrider replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"Green is phase 2 (which work has already started) I can bet you any money when the tram to the library is finished cycling there will also be banned! The tram from Bull Street all the way to Navigon St is all bike banned!  By the time phase 3…"
Oct 7, 2017
Hanah replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"that's my concern as well. It will be virtually impossible to get from one side of city centre to the other."
Sep 12, 2017
ian robathan replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"course they will because as my tongue in cheek comment suggested no joined up thinking, no separation of traffic etc total and utter mess "
Sep 12, 2017
ARKrider replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"Well I don't see how cycling there from the tram is possible. The council arleady banned cycling along the tram route placing as many Red Circular No Biking signs as they could. And worse still is they want to extend the tram line to the city…"
Sep 11, 2017
ian robathan replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"good news, now how presume we will get there through the quality separated infra then ? "
Sep 7, 2017
LS replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Paradise Circus Development
"There was a public exhibition yesterday for the first building. It will include a cycle hub for up to 500 bikes http://www.paradisebirmingham.co.uk/one-centenary-way-2/"
Sep 6, 2017
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Mystery Cycle Accessory

"Definitely a child seat fitting."
Jul 30, 2017

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What sort of riding do you do?
Commuting
Where do you live?
Birmingham
Tell us about your bike(s)
Genesis Day 02
About me
Been cycling to work in the City Centre since I got my first job in 1996. Love cycling on roads and in traffic- canals scare me far more!

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Doug replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"This film shows plenty of cyclists, pedestrians walking and riding with trams and tram tracks. It…"
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Edgbaston Tunnel Closure at Worcester & Birmingham Canal, Edgbaston

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LS replied to LS's discussion Edgbaston Tunnel Tow Path Widening
"Closure is now 22nd January until 16th March again.  So it was going to take a week longer…"
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LS replied to Ryan Stait's discussion Broad Street trams
"I've ridden the tram route from Stephenson Street to Colmore Row loads of times and will be…"
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