Local Campaigners

The Horndean to Havant Cycle Route

How did CTC campaigners in Hampshire work together to create a new cycle route between Horndean and Havant town centre?
Horndean to Havant Cycle Route

Local CTC campaigner Mike Ashton explains how a number of dedicated CTC campaigners in Hampshire, local authority officers and cyclists successfully worked together to introduce a new cycle route between Horndean and Havant town centre.

A new cycle route was built between Horndean and Havant town centre following a campaign that started in 2003. The purpose of this paper is to outline the stages and describe the process followed.

Southern Daily Echo - 7 March 2012

Winchester cyclists are campaigning to keep an unofficial cycle route by the M3.

Winchester’s CTC (formerly Cyclist’s Touring Club), the national cyclists’ organisation, fear cyclists could soon face problems at junction nine of the M3/A34 at Winnall where the route provides a direct and safe route from Winchester to the Itchen Valley.

Hampshire County Council is proposing to create a third traffic lane which would potentially endanger cyclists, according to the CTC and branch secretary Sue Coles says these measures may prevent cyclists using the route.

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