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Consultations and surveys Manchester to Chorlton cycleway: Area 3 consultation

Have your say about the plans

This consultation has now closed.

Further proposed measures

We are suggesting a number of other changes to support the scheme and prevent ‘rat-running’ around closures etc.

These include:

  • Placing filters to allow walking and cycling but not traffic:
    • at the junction of Longford Road with Manchester Road.
    • on a section of Sandy Lane and Corkland Road to reduce vehicle volumes for non-residents.
    • on sections of Hartington Road, Torbay Road, Dartmouth Road and Dawlish Road to reduce vehicle volumes for non-residents.
    • on Keppel Road, Brundretts Road, Egerton Road South, Zetland Road and Corkland Road.
  • Additional junction speed tables either end of Fairhaven Avenue. 
  • New traffic calming to Albany Road / Brantingham Road and Brundetts Road.
  • Proposed cyclops style junction at St. Werburghs Road / Wilbraham Road. (subject to modelling)
  • Additional junction protection markings to remove parking at the following junctions:
    • Sandy Lane / Fairhaven Avenue junction
    • St. Anne's Road / Fairhaven Avenue junction
    • Sandy Lane / Limley Grove junction
    • Sandy Lane / Nell Lane / St. Werburgh's Road junction

 

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If you would like a pdf copy of the detailed plans for this scheme, or have any comments or concerns about the proposed measures, please email us at chorltoncyclescheme@manchester.gov.uk 

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