Cycle Halton Public Consultation: Runcorn to Daresbury Cycle Route

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Improving cycling facilities in Halton as part of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan

Update: Thank you for all your responses. The consultation has now ended and we will be working to analyse the responses. Please check back on this page for updates.

Across the Liverpool City Region work is underway to create a network of more than 600km of new and upgraded walking and cycling routes. This network will cover all six boroughs of the city region – Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral – and be connected to the wider public transport network.

Research shows that more than 70% of city region residents support the building of separated routes to help people to cycle more easily and safely.

One of this network’s first new cycle routes will connect Runcorn to Sci-Tech Daresbury - see below for the location map. This route is part of a long-term plan to encourage more people to take journeys by bike. The route will make cycling safer and easier for everyone, regardless of age or background.

Read more about the long-term plans for cycling in the Liverpool City Region at liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk/activetravel.

Cycling is good for our environment, our health and our communities

Congestion and road traffic is affecting air quality in this area and across the Liverpool City Region. One solution to this problem is to help more people take shorter journeys by cycling. This would help to take cars off the roads and reduce harmful emissions.

Being active is also great for mental and physical health and good quality cycling routes can bring big benefits to the regional economy, increasing the number of visitors to our high streets and local shops.

Thank you for your feedback

In 2020, we received feedback surrounding our plans for a new cycling route that meets the needs of the local community. Feedback received contributed towards the design of our proposals. You can view our plans here.

From 1 March to 4 April 2021, we held our public consultation period, where we shared our latest plans via our website and community information sessions and asked for feedback on our plans.

Thank you to all those who shared your views on our plans for the Runcorn to Daresbury cycle route. The consultation has now concluded and our survey is now closed. However, If you have any queries about the project please get in touch via the email address listed below.

We aim to begin construction in 2021, with completion expected in 2022. Check back on the webpage for further updates.

If you have any questions about the project or require any materials in a different format, please email the team at cyclehalton@projectcentre.co.uk.

Improving cycling facilities in Halton as part of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan

Update: Thank you for all your responses. The consultation has now ended and we will be working to analyse the responses. Please check back on this page for updates.

Across the Liverpool City Region work is underway to create a network of more than 600km of new and upgraded walking and cycling routes. This network will cover all six boroughs of the city region – Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral – and be connected to the wider public transport network.

Research shows that more than 70% of city region residents support the building of separated routes to help people to cycle more easily and safely.

One of this network’s first new cycle routes will connect Runcorn to Sci-Tech Daresbury - see below for the location map. This route is part of a long-term plan to encourage more people to take journeys by bike. The route will make cycling safer and easier for everyone, regardless of age or background.

Read more about the long-term plans for cycling in the Liverpool City Region at liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk/activetravel.

Cycling is good for our environment, our health and our communities

Congestion and road traffic is affecting air quality in this area and across the Liverpool City Region. One solution to this problem is to help more people take shorter journeys by cycling. This would help to take cars off the roads and reduce harmful emissions.

Being active is also great for mental and physical health and good quality cycling routes can bring big benefits to the regional economy, increasing the number of visitors to our high streets and local shops.

Thank you for your feedback

In 2020, we received feedback surrounding our plans for a new cycling route that meets the needs of the local community. Feedback received contributed towards the design of our proposals. You can view our plans here.

From 1 March to 4 April 2021, we held our public consultation period, where we shared our latest plans via our website and community information sessions and asked for feedback on our plans.

Thank you to all those who shared your views on our plans for the Runcorn to Daresbury cycle route. The consultation has now concluded and our survey is now closed. However, If you have any queries about the project please get in touch via the email address listed below.

We aim to begin construction in 2021, with completion expected in 2022. Check back on the webpage for further updates.

If you have any questions about the project or require any materials in a different format, please email the team at cyclehalton@projectcentre.co.uk.