Scheme Chapel Street East Phase 1: Demonstrator Project
Cycling and walking improvements to a key link into the city centre.
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- Active neighbourhood
- Bridge, ramp or other structure
- Cycle Hire Station
- Cycle Hub
- Cyclops Junction
- Junction Improvement
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- Open Cycle Parking
- Park or Playground
- Train Station
- Tram Station
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The section of Chapel Street between New Bailey Street and Blackfriars is a key link into the city centre. The proposed plans include improvements to help people be less reliant on cars, including junction priority at side roads for pedestrians, new crossing points and protected cycle lanes. Trees and planting will also be added to make the environment more pleasant.
Temporary cycle lanes on Chapel Street have been trialed using light segregation as part of Salford's response to the coronavirus pandemic, creating safe space for people to cycle or walk their journey in order to save space on public transport for those who really need it.