Cardiff Council are starting work on their Cycle Superhighway Network and they wanted to know what we think of their plans for the first part of the network. 

That very first bit is St Andrew’s Crescent to Senghennydd Road​ and will form part of Cycle Superhighway One.

Artist’s impression of Senghennydd Road

The consultation coincided with our monthly meeting, which was held on Wednesday April 25th in RideMyBike Cafe.

Gail Bodley Scott, the council’s cycling officer, was in the cafe with all the plans from 4.00pm so people could have a good look at the proposed route and ask her any questions they may have.

Our meeting then started at 6.00pm and Gail was with us for the first half hour, after which we had a general discussion on the plans.

The Cycle Superhighways are a really exciting development for our city and it’s vital that we get them right, so we really need all our supporters to check out the plans and make their views known.  If you couldn’t get to the meeting you can still view the plans and make comments online.

The outline map of all the superhighways and the consultation pack and response form for St Andrew’s Crescent to Senghennydd Road​ can be found here: https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/ENG/resident/Parking-roads-and-travel/travel/cycle-super-highways/Pages/default.aspx .

The consultation is open until 11 May 2018.

 

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