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    The £1.5bn plan to create huge cycling and walking network has divided opinion

    Charlotte Dawn Scanlan said: “This is brilliant, a great move to make cycling safer,” while Glyn Jelley said: “Fantastic!!! Great to see Manchester evolving.” The plans for each area are still at the first draft stage and according to those behind ...

    Cycle park plans for Olympian Becky James' hometown of Abergavenny

    Monmouthshire County Council’s cabinet could approve plans to spend £5,000 on a feasibility study for an off-road cycling centre in Abergavenny. The council has worked with Welsh Cycling and local cycling clubs to promote national and local cycling ...

    Oxford and Cambridge could become the UK's first true cycling cities

    Cambridge’s plans, I think, focus too much on buses, which lack the flexibility of cycling, and on the metro – cited by some as a magic alternative to politically difficult subjects like congestion charging or roadspace reduction for motors ...

    Plans to make Leigh town centre more accessible for cyclists and pedestrians

    It is part of plans to create 157 miles of cycling and walking routes in the borough and a 1,000 mile network in Greater Manchester called Beelines. The network will be the largest of its type in the UK in which £160m has been set aside by Greater ...

    Greater Manchester to overhaul cycling and walking infrastructure

    Over £1.5 billion will be spent to transform walking and cycling routes across Greater Manchester, under plans unveiled by the region’s Mayor, Andy Burnham, and cycling and walking commissioner Chris Boardman yesterday (26 June). The plans centre around ...

    Manchester aims to create UK’s largest cycling network in bid to boost quality of life

    Officials in Manchester have revealed plans to create a city-wide cycling and walking network made up of more than 1,000 miles of routes – including 75 miles of Dutch-style segregated bike lanes. The ‘Beelines’ network – named after Manchester’s ...

    Plans for Manchester to receive 75-miles of Dutch style cycling lanes unveiled

    Manchester city has unveiled plans for a thousand miles of cycling and walking routes including 75-miles of Dutch style segregated lanes. The network – called Beelines after the city’s ‘worker bee’ emblem – will be the largest of its kind in the ...

    Greater Manchester plans for ‘Beelines’ cycling and walking network

    A plan has been unveiled an innovative new plan to create a Greater Manchester wide cycling and walking network made up of more than 1,000 miles of routes, including 75 miles of Dutch-style segregated bike lanes. The ‘Beelines’ network will be the ...

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