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Exeter Cycle Forum

The Exeter Cycle Forum ceased to meet in 2016 following the formation of the Exeter Cycling Campaign

On this page we have collected items of particular interest to local CTC members, but is not an official Forum web site.

Exeter Cycle Forum Papers
Date Agenda Minutes Papers
25 April 2016 Agenda Draft Minutes - Exeter Cycling Campaign PPT Presentation
- DCC Presentation
1 December 2015 Agenda Draft Minutes Walton, Schuller (1), Schuller (2), James
Issue List (5)
15 September 2015 Agenda Minutes
16 June 2015 Agenda Minutes Issue List (3), Exercise Output
10 March 2015 Agenda Minutes Issue List (1), Issue List (2)
18 November 2014 Agenda Minutes
22 July 2014 Agenda Minutes
6 May 2014 Agenda Minutes HATOC Paper, 22 April 2014
11 February 2014 Agenda Minutes Cycle Trail Evaluation Survey
26 November 2013 Agenda Minutes
24 September 2013 Agenda Minutes
23 July 2013 Agenda Minutes
21 May 2013 Agenda Minutes
12 March 2013 Agenda Minutes
29 January 2013 Agenda Minutes
20 November 2012 - Minutes
18 September 2012 Agenda Minutes
17 July 2012 Agenda Minutes
22 May 2012 Agenda Minutes
20 March 2012 Agenda Minutes
24 January 2012 Agenda Minutes

Exeter Cycle Forum's Terms of Reference

  1. To act as a channel of communication on cycling issues between the various bodies represented on the Forum
  2. To make suggestions on the future of cycling in and around Exeter
  3. To comment on specific proposals affecting cycling being considered by the Planning and Highway Authorities


Recent Links

Not So Recent Links

  • Correspondence between Exeter Cycle Forum (Peter Grainger) and Devon County Council (Stuart Hughes) about the future of cycling in the City and surrounding areas - October 2010
  • The 'Future of Transport in Exeter' consultation report - September 2010
  • Material presented to the team preparing the Third Local Transport Plan (LTP3) for Devon and Torbay - February 2010
  • Photos of the new shared use path over the flood plain between the Clyst Bridge, Topsham and Dart's Farm - March 2008
  • First Great Western's email address for feedback on issues relating to traveling with bikes on trains or station facilities.
  • Photos of the 'Be Naturally Active Fun Day' which celebrated the Official Opening of the Exmouth-Lympstone section of the Exe Estuary Trail - March 2008
  • Photos of the newly opened Exmouth-Lympstone shared-use path - December 2007
  • Photos of the Met Office BUG (MOBUG) Consultation Exercise on Exeter's Cycle Facilities - October 2007
  • Photos of Shared-use Cycle Route between Countess Wear and Topsham - October 2007
  • Photos of Cycle Route between Exmouth and Lympstone - September 2007
  • Photos of Cycle Route between Starcross and Powderham - August 2007
  • Photos of Bicycology's visit to Exeter - July 2007
  • Photos of RNSD Footpath/Cycleway between Newcourt Road, Topsham and Old Rydon Lane, Exeter - June 2007
  • Photos of footpath/cycle route from Hill Barton Road, Exeter to Topsham - June 2007
  • Photos of pedestrian/cycle paths near Middlemoor roundabout - June 2007
  • Photos of side-road traverse on Whipton - Barton Hill route - April 2007
  • Cambridge Cycle Campaign
  • Notes on Cycle Campaign Network / Cyclists Touring Club (CCN/CTC) Conference in Chelteham - November 2006
  • Exmouth Cyclepath Working Group's Web Page

Devon and Torbay - Local Transport Plan

Exeter Cycle Forum has contributed to the early stages of Consultation which will inform the preparation of the Third Local Transport Plan (LTP3) for Devon and Torbay. Information about the material presented is available on-line. (February 2010)

Exeter's Cycle Strategy 2010 - 2020

The current Cycle Exeter programme is focused on maximising the benefit of a three-year investment programme in cycling. In parallel with this activity the local CTC is supporting the Exeter Cycle Forum in attempting to articulate the requirements of Exeter cyclists long-term ('the Vision'). It is hoped that this activity can be used to inform longer term investments in cycle facilities.

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