Scheme Ross Lave Lane
One of a number of schemes across Tameside to improve neighbourhood areas.
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This is one of a number of schemes across Tameside to improve neighbourhood areas, including making local journeys safer by foot or bike.
This scheme will be an extension of the cycling and walking facilities that were completed in 2019. It will improve the connections from Chadwick Dam towards Ridge Hill, Mellor Road, Tameside Hospital, Mossley Road and the residential areas to the north of Ashton. It will also include a new crossing on Mossley Road to make it easier to reach the park and Rose Hill Road to the north. Improvements on this section of the Trans Pennine Trail (and National Cycle Network Route 62) from Penny Lane in Stockport to residential areas in Denton. This will create a more attractive route for cyclists and a more accessible path for all users.
This scheme was originally consulted on in February 2020.