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Have your say on proposed cycling and walking improvements in Crawley

Have your say on proposed cycling and walking improvements in Crawley

A visualisation of the proposed one-way segregated cycle tracks in Northgate Avenue and upgraded crossing facility Public engagement starts today (14 June) on proposed cycling…

Tuesday, Jun 14

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A visualisation of the proposed one-way segregated cycle tracks in Northgate Avenue and upgraded crossing facility Public engagement starts today (14 June) on proposed cycling and walking improvements between Crawley town centre and the Manor Royal Business District. The scheme, which would extend along Northgate Avenue and Woolborough Lane, aims to provide safe, attractive and connected routes for people travelling on foot or by bike, helping to encourage more walking and cycling and reduce congestion on the already busy road network.

West Sussex County Council’s proposals would support safer journeys along the route, provide a gateway into the town centre for cyclists and pedestrians and encourage those active travel/sustainable travel choices.

Interested members of the community are invited to see the designs and speak to a member of the project team at one of our drop-in events: Thursday, 23 June, 12noon to 2pm at Crawley Library, Southgate Avenue, RH10 6HG

Wednesday, 29 June, 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Hazelwick School, Hazelwick School Close, RH10 1SX

People are also invited to complete an online survey to help inform next steps for the scheme.

The proposals comprise two separate but complementary elements, with feedback sought on both:

Northern Section: Manor Royal Link The northern part of the scheme aims to improve links to the Manor Royal Business District, which is one of the largest business areas in the South East. The plans will improve accessibility for people travelling on foot or by bike, helping to encourage increasing journeys via these modes, particularly among commuters. The […]

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