End date of consultation: 20 June 2022
Kingsley Road has been made one-way for motor vehicles, with segregated cycle lanes in both directions.
Formalised car parking areas have been created, avoiding parking obstructions in the cycle lanes.
The cycle lane provides safe segregation for cyclists, connecting the route with Princes Avenue Boulevard to the south and Crown Street/Oxford Street to the north.
This has been well implemented, fill in the consultation to keep this in place.
Tuesday 22 February 2022 – 10.30am-3.30pmFashion Hub Liverpool 12-14 Gildart St, Liverpool L3 8ET Bicycle BingoIntroducing Cycling UK and our Behaviour Change ProgrammesAigburth Community Cycle ClubBBR moving forwards – what’s our focus?Liverpool Cycle Tours/The Cycling Fix CICInteractive Behaviour Change Theory session and follow up activityReview, feedback and share best practiceLed Ride/Say Goodbye Register to attend…
St Helens Borough Council have recently commissioned City Science alongside Civic Engineers last December to produce a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for the Borough. This will be the first local Borough LCWIP following on from the strategic Liverpool City Region LCWIP, originally produced in 2018. The LCWIP will cover all of the…