Scheme Heatons Cycle Link
A new route through the Heatons linking NCN62 with the Fallowfield Loop, with new crossings where needed across busy roads.
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- Active neighbourhood
- Bridge, ramp or other structure
- Cycle Hire Station
- Cycle Hub
- Cyclops Junction
- Junction Improvement
- Modal Filter
- Open Cycle Parking
- Park or Playground
- Protected Junction
- Train Station
- Tram Station
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This scheme includes residential streets, off-road paths and new crossings to help people safely cross roads and junctions between the Fallowfield Loop and the Trans Pennine Trail, on foot on by bike.
The scheme covers a large number of areas and neighbourhoods and includes features such as wider paths for cycling and walking, off-road routes, as well as a number of crossings for cyclists and pedestrians. Key features include contraflow cycling on Buckingham Road which will convert the existing cycle lane to a 2.5m wide two-way cycle track, with a No Waiting at Any Time proposal.
Phase one is currently under construction.