Scheme Manchester Bee Network Crossings
Ten new Bee Network crossings on busy roads in the Harpurhey area of Greater Manchester to make it easier to cycle and walk.
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Busy roads can sever communities and make people feel they have no choice but to drive, even on short trips.
We plan to deliver ten new or upgraded walking and cycling crossing facilities in the Harpurhey area of Manchester as part of the GM-wide Bee Network Crossings scheme. They will make it easier for local residents to walk and cycle by strategically placing crossings across busy roads.
The crossings will also make it easier to access the Bee Network.