Scheme Castleton-Rochdale Walking and Cycling Corridor (Phase 1)
A route linking Castleton to Rochdale and providing major improvements for those making journeys on foot or by bike in Castleton local centre.
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This scheme will provide major improvements to Castleton’s high street, including dedicated facilities for people to walk and cycle as well as improved access to Castleton station.
The proposals include creating new protected cycle lanes stretching from Castleton railway station to the Royal Toby Hotel as well as improvements made to crossing facilities, with points at Royle Barn Road/Manchester and Nixon Street/Manchester Road being upgraded to include dedicated cycling space.
This scheme went to public consultation in January 2021, feedback is being collated and assessed to further develop the scheme designs.