Bath Cycling Summit is an annual mini-conference to promote cycling in Bath. It is organised by Cycle Bath (Bath Cycling Campaign) in partnership with B&NES council.
This year it will be held on 22nd June 2012 at the Royal United Hospital's Conference Centre.
The Summit runs from 9.30am -1.30pm. As usual it will be chaired by Don Foster MP. The keynote speaker is Dr Adrian Davis from Bristol PCT – he will be talking on Cycling and Health. There will also be an update from B&NES on progress in the last year and a review of the year from CycleBath.
Discussion group themes are likely to include:
- Local Transport Plan and Local Sustainable Transport Fund
- Becoming a Cycle Friendly Employer
- Cycle Parking
- Two Tunnels
- Future Vision for Bath
- Encouraging people to cycle
There will be optional ride at 9am from Bath Spa railway station to the RUH. The aim is to illustrate the difficulties of getting around Bath by bike, and to visit sites where improvements have been made or are planned.
If you're on Twitter, you can mark yourself as attending or tracking the summit at the Summit's page on Lanyrd.com.