Scheme Levenshume: Our Active Streets
An Active Neighbourhood in Levenshulme, where the movement of people is prioritised over motor traffic.
Map instructions and key
The map shows one or more Bee network schemes in your area along with key information about the scheme.
Map Filter: Tab to the buttons and toggle the layers on and off using the buttons.
Navigating the map: Tab through until you reach a selected map entry, then use the arrow keys to navigate around map entries and use the enter key to reveal the description for that map entry.
Map Filter: Toggle the layers on and off using the buttons.
Navigating the map: Use the +/- buttons to zoom in and out, click and drag to move around the map. Select map features with a click or tap to bring up map information.
If using a smartphone: tap and drag with 2 fingers to move around the map. Pinch or open your fingers to zoom in and out. Select map features by tapping on them.
- Active neighbourhood
- Bridge, ramp or other structure
- Cycle Hire Station
- Cycle Hub
- Cyclops Junction
- Junction Improvement
- Modal Filter
- Open Cycle Parking
- Park or Playground
- Train Station
- Tram Station
Get a personalised map:
An Active Neighbourhood in Levenshulme and Burnage, where the movement of people is prioritised over motor traffic. Trials are currently underway, using planters to prioritise the movement of residents over cars. This scheme intends to create an Active ‘filtered’ Neighbouhood, reducing traffic in the area and encouraging residents to use other forms of sustainable transport - particularly walking and cycling. This will be done through changes such as modal filters, which close roads to through traffic, stopping rat running and allowing people the space to walk, cycle, scoot, play and socialise in their area.
The latest round of consultation closed on 24 January 2022