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.
Our submission to the Liverpool City Council sustainability commission, including references. Please click the link below for a PDF file. (This is version 8) MCC_MSC_0714 FINAL v8 The references are: References 1. BBC website; News England: http://www.highwaysmagazine.co.uk/local-roads-too-dangerous-to-cycle-on-poll-suggests-20140703 and http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28093374 (Accessed 3rd July 2014). 2. Hillman M, Adams J, Whitelegg J. In: One False Move. ISBN…
The next meeting of the Merseyside Cycling Campaign will be on the 28th of April, 6p.m. in the Baltic Fleet.
Merseyside Cycling Campaign AGM 2013, Saturday 30th November 2013, 10am Don’t forget the AGM: We will meet at the same place as last year’s AGM, the Education Center of the Royal hospital, Prescot Street Liverpool. L7 8XP. All other information, check the events page. 21 November 2013 .