Scheme Oldham Bee Network Crossings
New and upgraded walking and cycling crossing facilities on busy roads as part of the GM-wide Bee Network Crossings scheme.
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Busy roads can sever communities and make people feel they have no choice but to drive, even on short trips.
In partnership with Oldham Council, we plan to consult on delivering five new walking and cycling crossing facilities in Oldham as part of the GM-wide Bee Network Crossings scheme. These crossings will make it easier for local residents to walk and cycle as they will be across busy roads. In Oldham, this involves:
Implementing a new signalised walking, cycling and horse-riding crossing across Chew Valley Road near Arthurs Lane.
Signalising the junction of Manchester Road and Well-I-Hole Road, including pedestrian, cycling and horse-riding facilities.
Providing a new signalised walking, cycling and horse-riding crossing at Well-I-Hole Road to the south of Manchester Road.
Implementing a new signalised crossing across Wellyhole Street/Constantine Street.
Installing a new crossing across Salmon Fields near Leonard Way.