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Workers have finally begun installing new ‘pop-up’ bike lanes in Cardiff with the first lane expected to be ready by Christmas.
In July, Cardiff council said the two new bike lanes, crossing the city from east to west, would be installed in September .
A spokesman recently clarified this meant work would begin in September and will continue for several months.
Work started last week with plastic bollards installed and semi-permanent kerbs created on Castle Street and Duke Street, while cones have been placed on Boulevard de Nantes and Stuttgarter Strasse.
The two routes will segregate cyclists from cars and other traffic, and will run along main roads from Adamsdown to Cardiff City Stadium, and from Splott to Grangetown.The Cross City route will run from Leckwith Road and Wellington Street, through Castle Street — which already has a new cycle lane — then along Boulevard de Nantes, down Dumfries Place and along Newport Road until the junction with Broadway.The Bay Loop route will run from the Magic Roundabout, down East Tyndall Street, joining the route on Lloyd George Avenue before going over Callaghan Square, and then ending on Penarth Road.The council has already consulted the public […]