Scheme Bramhall Park to A6
A 4km cycling and walking route linking Bramhall Park to the A6 in Hazel Grove.
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This scheme is a 4km cycle link from Bramhall Park to Simpson’s Corner in Hazel Grove, making it much easier to travel around the area by bike. It is part of the ‘Stockport East – West Cycle Route’ that will eventually extend from High Lane to Gatley. It will also link residential areas in Hazel Grove and Bramhall with Hazel Grove Leisure Centre, Bramhall High School, Bramhall Park and Hazel Grove High School. A spur will link to the A555 at Brookside. Cyclists will be protected from general traffic on a dedicated cycle track with priority across side roads and new safe facilities at signalised junctions. Several new crossings will also be provided along the route.