Cyclists in North East Lincolnshire still have time to share their views about potential cycling improvements along the A46, from Cleethorpes’ Isaac’s Hill roundabout through to the Bradley Crossroads roundabout.
The call for feedback follows an announcement last month by North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet accepting £319,000 of Department for Transport funds for cycling improvements along the route, subject to identifying a clear need by local residents and users of the route.
The A46 cycling corridor stretches from Clee Road at Isaac’s Hill roundabout, along Weelsby Road, up to the Fryston Corner junction and along Laceby Road to the Bradley Crossroads roundabout.
In providing feedback, residents and cyclists will be helping transport officers to develop sustainable transport initiatives along the route, which will help directly tackle issues raised by local people. If the engagement outlines no requirement for the improvements, the funding will be handed back to the Department for Transport.
The survey is being hosted by engagement specialists, Commonplace, who use a map-based engagement platform for local people to pin and comment on key areas they want to provide feedback on.
All feedback gained will support the development of a heat map along the corridor to identify potential areas for future improvements.
People can fill in the survey at northeastlincsa46map.commonplace.is