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This CTC briefing explains how local authorities can provide for cycling.

CTC has produced a range of other briefings outlining our  policies on numerous subjects: you should have thoroughly read through these documents before signing your agreement.

This CTC briefing explains how local authorities can provide for cycling.

CTC has produced a range of other briefings outlining our  policies on numerous subjects: you should have thoroughly read through these documents before signing your agreement.

When in doubt on a subject, please check the briefings to find out what CTC thinks, and if it’s not in there, call our Volunteer Support Officer at National Office on 01483 238323 or send an email. It’s important that we all speak with the same voice and these briefings help us do that.

CTC's Cycle Campaign News is our monthly campaigning online news bulletin designed to update you, other campaigners, transport groups, local authority officers, politicians and others on all the latest cycle campaigning news, stories, comment, events, publications etc. You should receive a copy automatically, but if not, you can subscribe directly. Also, if you come across anyone who would benefit from subscribing too, please do invite them to sign up.

In October 2008, the Government published new guidance on Cycle Infrastructure Design (CID) as Local Transport Note 2/08. Before referring to it, though, please read CTC's guide to it (link above).

This is official design guidance for practitioners in Scotland.

Guidance from Transport for London.

This is an excellent resource, especially the design checklists.

  • Manual for Streets 1 and 2

Manual for Streets 1 (DfT 2007) offers guidance on how to reduce the impact of vehicles on residential streets and gives a high priority to the needs of pedestrians, cyclists and users of public transport.

Manual for Streets 2 (CIHT 2010) sets out the wider application for the principles outlined in MfS 1

These set out the Government’s guidance on many traffic and road layout issues.  Some are quite old, but still useful.

  • Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB)

This is the Highways Agency's guidance (England), the most relevant sections of which are:

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