September 1st, 2017
Highways England is looking for feedback to help improve the A52 Dunkirk to Queens Medical centre (west side) cycle route.
An online feedback tool has been launched on the HighWays England website. This tool allows you to voice your views about how the cycle and pedestrian path can be made easier for cyclists and pedestrians to use.
If you’d like to provide your view on how the route can be improved, it will help Highways England gain valuable insight that will help inform its design.
The feedback tool can be found here. The deadline to add your comments is Thursday 30 November.
Tags: commute, commuting, cycle, cycle path, cycling, Dunkirk, highways england, path, QMC
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September 6th, 2017 at 8:06 am
I have just returned to work at the QMC. I cycle from Beeston. I now feel safer riding this route. As a cautious cyclist, I think the improvements are really good. I particularly like the widen access off Dunkirk Road to the side street and the fact I can just cycle straight down the back roads to Dunkirk flyover without worrying unduly about cars coming across my path. However, I would be grateful if you could cut back the hedges from Dunkirk flyover to the Medical school entrance as they overhang the cycle path making it difficult to use.
September 6th, 2017 at 11:49 am
Hi Julie. Thanks for your comment. We aren’t able to pass feedback onto Highways England directly but you can add your comment and suggestion to their feedback tool directly by visiting https://a52dunkirk.commonplace.is.