Scheme Trafford Bee Network Crossing
Busy roads create community severance and can lead to residents feeling they have no choice but to take the car, even on short trips. This TfGM project will strategically place crossings across GM to unlock a significant portion of the Bee Network
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- Cycle Hub
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- Train Station
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Busy roads can sever communities and make people feel they have no choice but to drive, even on short trips.
In partnership with Trafford Council, we plan to consult on delivering two new walking and cycling crossing facilities in Trafford as part of the GM-wide Bee Network Crossings scheme. These new crossings will make it easier for local residents to walk and cycle as they will be across busy roads. In Trafford, this involves:
Implementing a new controlled crossing across Dunham Road at the junction with Gorsey Lane, Altrincham.
Upgrading the crossing facilities at the junction of Shaftesbury Avenue and Aimson Road East, Timperley.