Scheme Dunkinfield Active Neighbourhood
Active Neighbourhoods prioritise people & place creating spaces for play, chatting & safer streets for those travelling on foot or by bike.
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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
- Train Station
- Tram Station
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Tameside’s plans focus on the Dukinfield area north of Dewsnap Lane, where rat-running has previously been identified as an issue for residents.
Residents are being asked to feedback what they like about their area, but also how it could be made better - and whether they would like to stop through traffic using their streets as a short-cut.
This scheme is part of a GM-wide project to deliver an Active Neighbourhood in every borough, overseen by TfGM, Arup and Sustrans.