Local Cycling Walking Infrastructure Plan - Redcliffe and Temple12 February 2020

The Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan is a detailed plan that identifies that over £400m of investment is needed and will be sought and channelled through the West of England Combined Authority.

Please respond to the consultation by 15 March:

https://travelwest.info/projects/transport-consultations/west-of-england-local-cycling-and-walking-infrastructure-plan

The plan contains walking and cycling routes across Bristol and the West of England including potential improvements within Redcliffe and Temple:

• Two way segregated cycle lane on Victoria Street
• Continuous footway on Victoria Street
• Reduction in the width of the Redcliffe Street / Victoria Street junction
• Implement two-way segregated cycle path along Redcliffe Way (to Temple Gate
  Junction) delivered through planned redevelopment of Redcliffe Roundabout and adjacent car park.

• Implement segregated cycle path along the Friary up to the Cheesegrater Bridge
• Give clear space for pedestrians and cyclists on the Cheesegrater Bridge
• Replace Toucan crossing over Anvil Street with Parallel crossing.
• Two-way segregated cycle path on southern side of Temple Gate opposite
   Temple Meads Station entrance.

Please respond to the consultation by 15 March:

https://travelwest.info/projects/transport-consultations/west-of-england-local-cycling-and-walking-infrastructure-plan

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