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Have your say on improving cycling on routes within Liverpool

Please reply to merseysidecyclingcampaign@hotmail.co.uk by Monday 21st December!

If you use any of these routes and have any comments/issues from your experiences please let us know so that we can collate and forward your comments to Karen Stevens (Liverpool Cycling Officer) for inclusion in the new cycle audits for these routes, or alternatively email Karen but copy us in so that we know what are concerns/ issues about these routes .

A Edge Lane Drive -Phase 1 – Rocket to St Oswald’s Street Rocket to St Oswald’s Street
B Scotland Road/ Kirkdale Road Kingsway Tunnel to Smith Street
C Walton Hall Ave/ Walton Lane TBC
D Horrocks Avenue Speke Road to Long Lane
E Childwall Valley Road TBC
F Prescot Rd/ Kensington Low Hill to Prescot Drive

Also, we will be shortly be sending out online forms to all members (join here if you are not a member) to ask about specific issues within their local area and along routes they cycle regularly.  This information will help MCC campaign for improving cycling within those areas/ along those routes and help us to improve conditions for cycling throughout the whole of Merseyside.

 

Hall Lane Sefton bridleway and cycle route

13 January, 2022

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West Derby Road Consultation

3 December, 2021

Liverpool City Council has a proposal for a temporary cycle route on West Derby Road, to replace the one previously removed.Closing date for comments Friday 7th January 2022https://liverpool.gov.uk/wdrcycling The consultation is badly designed, with only the options of either agreeing with the plan or disagreeing with it. The design for crossing Sheil Road creates dangerous…

December pedal press available now

28 November, 2021

The December issue of Pedal Press is now available in print and PDF formats.Download PDF here.For a print version, email pedalpress@merseycycle.org.uk

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