St Helens cycle routes survey

St Helens Borough Council is currently seeking views on early-stage plans for two new routes – deadline 12th August 2022:  
• Jubits Lane, between Sutton Manor and A57 Warrington Road. Extending routes installed in 2020, when completed this route would provide connectivity between St Helens, Marshall’s Cross, Sutton Manor, and Widnes.   
• Lea Green to Whiston, extending planned routes from St Helens and Lea Green Station beyond the A570 St Helens Linkway towards Whiston Hospital, a major local employment site.  
The proposals include the provision of high-quality, dedicated facilities for people travelling on foot and by bike, within the existing highway corridor.  
These proposals are at an early stage of design, with no implementation funding or delivery timescales currently secured.
Detail on the proposals, frequently asked questions and information on drop in/online workshops, are also available at  
From this page, you will be able to complete a brief survey, to share your thoughts on the proposals. Deadline – 12th August 2022. The final scheme will be subject to further engagement and a full public consultation process prior to any construction works.  
If you have any queries on the proposals or the engagement exercise, please feel free to contact the St Helens Borough Council Transport Planning team at

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