18 January 2019
Work is set to begin on the first phase of a potential 600km key network of cycling and walking routes across the Liverpool City Region. Proposals for the 600km network is based on upgrades to around 31 key routes across the Liverpool City Region over the next 10 years.
Bidding for funding for the next phase of the network begins with the launch of a questionnaire on people’s cycling and walking habits. Access the survey here - https://www.arrivehappy.org/our-cycling-and-walking-masterplan
The survey is open until the end of January 2019.
Sustrans explains their role:
Sustrans Cycling Charity have launched a site with aspirations to create a safe and accessible traffic-free National Cycle Network for everyone.
You can contribute to their long-term development plans by telling them what you think. Sustrans are the Network’s custodian, not its owner – so as well as listening to views, they will be working with local authorities, landowners, national governments and others, to identify changes needed to achieve their vision. https://nationalcyclenetwork.commonplace.is/