Yate Spur - Link to central Yate
The Yate Spur path is being promoted by South Gloucestershire Council to provide a cycle route between the Bristol and Bath railway path and Yate. To date, the path has been completed as far north as Dodmore Crossing, Westerleigh.
There is an existing signed route from Westerleigh village linking the Yate Spur path with central Yate. South Gloucestershire Council wishes to improve on-carriageway cycling facilities on the following sections of this link to central Yate:
- Westerleigh Road in Westerleigh (between Dodmoor Crossing and Besom Lane);
- Shire Way, Dodington (eastern half between Sargeant's Farm Bridge and Rodford Way).
Purpose of Scheme
The purpose of the scheme is to improve the on-carriageway sections of the existing link between the Yate Spur path and central Yate.
The scheme will enhance safety for cyclists and encourage additional non-motorised journeys.
Westerleigh Road in Westerleigh village between Dodmore Crossing and Besom Lane;
- Provision of cycle symbol road markings along Westerleigh Road between Dodmore Crossing and Besom Lane. Installation of warning signs.
Shire Way, between Sargeant's Farm Bridge and Rodford Way;
- Removal of build-outs and centre line. Provision of advisory on-carriageway cycle lanes.
Details of the proposals are shown on the following drawings:
Drawing T002-015-851 Context Plan
Drawing T002-015-852 Proposed improvements - Westerleigh village
Drawing T002-015-853 Proposed improvements - Shire Way Sheet 1 of 2
Drawing T002-015-854 Proposed improvements - Shire Way Sheet 2 of 2
Subject to the outcome of this consultation, works are planned to be completed by March 2019.
Please review the consultation document(s)
If you have any comments to make about these proposals, please contact the Transportation Services section as indicated below.
5 Jul 2018 at 00:00
25 Jul 2018 at 23:59
- Response Published
|Consultation Topic||Local highways and transportation projects|
|Geographical area||Dodington, Westerleigh, Yate Central|
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If you have any questions or would like to make any comments, please contact:
South Gloucestershire Council,
Tel: 01454 868004