Consultations and surveys Fallowfield Loop and Yellow Brick Road consultation second stage

Improvements by section

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The following lists improvements planned by area, you can also view a map with the locations of each improvement and have your say.

  1. Between Totnes Road and Withington Road
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Repairing or replacing existing steps and ramps  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • Replacing direction signs  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges) 
  2. Between Withington Road and Princess Road
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route   
    • Creating new access points  
    • Widening access points  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • Better drainage, with planted areas to absorb water and prevent flooding  
    • New crossings at access points (including ‘toucan’ crossings which allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross separately and safely), and a parallel crossing or ‘cycle box’. 
    • Junction improvements near access points   
  3. Between Princess Road and Yew Tree Road
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • Better drainage, with planted areas to absorb water and prevent flooding  
    • Manhole cover improvements  
  4. Between Yew Tree Road and Wilmslow Road
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones  
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route  
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards 
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • New crossings at access points (including ‘toucan’ crossings which allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross separately and safely), and a parallel crossing or ‘cycle box’. 
    • Junction improvements near access points  
  5. Between Wilmslow Road and Kingsway
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • A skate park  
    • Wildflower gardens and fairy gardens to attract local insects with native flower species which are then kept and maintained by a local school who sponsor them as part of a Forest School teaching programme.   
    • Bridge repairs and resurfacing 
  6. Between Kingsway and 'Levenshulme Station'(A6)
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones  
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route   
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Repairing or replacing existing steps and ramps  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • Better drainage, with planted areas to absorb water and prevent flooding  
  7. Between 'Levenshulme Station' (A6) and Highfield Road
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones 
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route   
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • New seating  
    • Local information boards  
    • Repairing or replacing existing steps and ramps  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • Better drainage, with planted areas to absorb water and prevent flooding
  8. Between Highfield Road and Longford Road West
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones 
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Resurfacing 
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive 
    • New seating 
    • Local information boards 
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges) 
    • Bridge repairs and resurfacing 
  9. Between Longford Road West and Shillingford Road Path
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones 
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Resurfacing 
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive 
    • New seating 
    • Local information boards 
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges) 
    • Better drainage, with planted areas to absorb water and prevent flooding 
  10. Between Shillingford Road Path and Hyde Road
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones
    • Widening access points 
    • Resurfacing 
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation 
  11. Between Hyde Road to Tannery Way and Abbey Hey Lane
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones 
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Widening access points 
    • Resurfacing using a new coloured bitmac 
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation 
  12. Between Abbey Hey Lane and Gorton Railway Line
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones  
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Creating new access points  
    • Replacing kissing gates and barriers with bollards   
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • Bridge repairs and resurfacing
  13. Between Gorton Railway and Ashton Old Road
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones 
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Creating new access points  
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • Removing graffiti  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges)  
    • Bridge repairs and resurfacing 
  14. Between Ashton Old Road and Ashton Canal
    • Improving existing paths and adding new ones  
    • Improved entry points, with features to tell you where you are on the route 
    • Widening access points  
    • Resurfacing  
    • Landscaping to make areas more attractive  
    • Local information boards  
    • Repairing or replacing existing steps and ramps  
    • Clearing and trimming vegetation  
    • New lighting columns, and lit bollards  
    • New, attractive wall art in some locations (e.g. under bridges) 

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