St Albans Cycle Campaign

STACC is campaigning for cyclists in the St Albans area

STACC AGM and Public Meeting - Tuesday 23 October 2018, 7.30pm at Dagnall Street Baptist Church, St Albans.

After a short and sweet AGM, we welcomed Larry Heyman to tell us about 'Cycles and Trains: the next decade on Thameslink'.  Larry outlined plans to improve facilities for passengers cycling to Harpenden and St Albans City stations.

You can read a report of what was said at the meeting here.

And you can 'Listen again' to Larry's recent interview on Radio Verulam's Environment Matters show, click here.

Active travel, health and the economy:

Investment in cycling and walking infrastructure pays back five times the cost!  Says the UK government. In 2014.  Claiming the Health Dividend report - click here.

South West Herts Growth and Transport Plan consultation has now closed. The plan is to run to 2031. This will affect existing and proposed cycle routes between Hemel, St Albans & Watford, including -
Nickey Line north-south extension; A4147 cycleway; A414 cyleway Hemel - Park Street; A1081 cycle corridor Luton - St Albans; A405 cycleway; Grand Union Canal; A411 corridor; A414 J8 cycle bridge; Hemel magic-roundabout cycle bridge
Link to the consultation web-page:

Your help with campaigning work needed!  The campaign field we would most like to develop is commenting at an early stage on planning applications, with regards to provision of cycle routes and storage for cycles on the premises.  We need members to help with this!

You can find us on Twitter: @StAlbansCycling

HCC Local Transport Plan, LTP4 includes pretty well everything we as a cycle campaign would like to see happen - reduced car dependency, more active travel, more public transport.  A key feature is the need for County and District / Borough Councils to work together to co-ordinate inter-acting strategies. We are working with other cycling groups in the county on this and other issues, under the CycleHerts banner.

Here are the 'tube maps' proper name Cycling Network Quality Maps.  They are diagrammatic picture of conditions for cycling, not a route-finding map.  They are a work in progress, both in terms of assessing the network and - we hope and campaign for - needing to be updated as conditions are improved.  They are based on the CycleBath format, and the idea is to 'turn the map blue'.  Or green if looking at the St Albans city map.  Three different map-makers, so three different styles.  Feedback and comments very welcome.

This version extends further to include local villages:


Still relevant to ongoing campaigning - report on our Public Rights of Way meeting:

2017 report Rights of way for cyclists v3.pdf

About this group

St Albans Cycle Campaigning Group

Contact Name: Steve Brazier
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News & Announcements

November 2018 newsletter

E-mail sent by stephen Brazier, Sunday, 11th November 2018 @ 5:58pm

The Green Ring was officially opened on 25th October by Deputy Mayor, Councillor Brian Gibbard at Bernards Heath on Thursday 25 October with the assistance of Councillor Salih Gaygusuz, Portfolio Holder for Business and the Community. They were joined by other Councillors, children from Bernards Heath Junior School and members of the St Albans Cycling Campaign.

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