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Improvement works complete on traffic-free cycling and walking route in Plymouth

Improvement works are now complete on a traffic-free cycling and walking route in Plymouth. With more than £380,000 of funding from Highways England, cycling and walking charity Sustrans has revamped the traffic-free route into the city and has improved its accessibility too. Sustrans has resurfaced the path, changing it from …

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‘Major’ improvement works complete on traffic-free cycle and walking route to Oxford

Major improvement works have been completed on the traffic-free walking and cycling path at Kennington, giving people an alternative to joining the traffic on the usually busy A34. With more than £250,000 of funding from Highways England and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, Sustrans has resurfaced the path. …

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Highways England to fund cycle routes in South of England

Highways England is to open new paths and fund the creation of cycle routes in the South East and South West of England. Since 2015, the company has pumped more than £85 million towards the creation of 160 new and upgraded cycleways across the country. Highways England chief executive Jim …

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£10 million cycling investment helps people swap four wheels for two

Highways England has delivered a £10 million boost to cycleways across the East of England in the last five years in a bid to encourage more people to out into the great outdoors and onto their bikes. As a part of Highways England’s Cycle, Safety and Integration Designated Funds programme, …

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Bristol Family Cycling Centre to relocate

The Bristol Family Cycling Centre (BFCC) is to relocate. One possible site the council is looking at is the Henacre and Merriman’s Drive Open Space, Lawrence Weston, which benefits from an adjacent BMX track and a proposed new cycle route being built by Sustrans and funded by Highways England. The BFCC …

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