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Pop-Up cycle lanes planned for Merseyside

Have your say about where pop-up cycle lanes should be created. On the interactive map you can either click and make a new comment, or you can read existing comments and ‘like’ them.

KNOWSLEY
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LIVERPOOL
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ST HELENS
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SEFTON
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WIRRAL
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For more information on existing pop-up cycle lanes and plans for future installations go to our POP-UP CYCLE LANES PAGE


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1 Comment

  1. Natalie Williams on 21 June, 2020 at 10:35 pm

    Great news. Really looking forward to route 7. There is so much industry on this route and the cycle lane will allow active travel to the workplace.

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