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ASPIRATIONAL CYCLE MAPPING EVENT

Wednesday 29 May 2019 – 14.00 to 18.30
DoES Liverpool, 1st Floor, The Tapestry, 68-76 Kempston Street, Liverpool L3 8HL

Liverpool City Council cycling and walking officer, Jayne Rodgers, is hoping to develop an Aspirational Cycling Map for the city that ‘maps’ a connected network of routes that local people use to travel around on their bikes. There is already a body of work that has been conducted by Simon O’Brien, the new LCC cycling champion, that identifies a network of routes to connect the greenspaces and highlights some potential low traffic and green corridors. The idea is to overlay Simon’s routes with the existing map data, the corridors identified in the LCWIP propensity to cycle tool exercise and your ideas for connections. 
Map tables will be set out at the event so that people can drop in and tell Jayne all about their ways of getting around and how we can identify appropriate routes that make those ‘missing links’.

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