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Liverpool cycle map update

The current map is being updated.
It can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/2rZ2zKa
Any changes to this are requested by Monday 12 February, for example:
· text/contact details for your organisation
· a bike shop that has closed/opened
· infrastructure not shown correctly
Contact: karen.stevens@liverpool.gov.uk

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Fender Lane Mass Ride

2 June, 2022

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2 Comments

  1. Stephen Angus on 12 March, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    Sadly I have missed the deadline date to advise you of my bike shops presence- although having been here for 5 years and had various communications with Merseytravel.
    If you could kindly advise me by email (usedbicyclesuk@outlook.com) when the next edit is due please.

    • admin on 13 March, 2018 at 1:58 pm

      Hi Stephen

      We are the Merseyside Cycling Campaign, the Liverpool Cycle Map is updated by Liverpool City Council. I have forwarded your message to the relevant person.

      Martin

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