Cairns Road/Coldharbour Road: Revised Crossing Proposal

The Council’s Cycling Ambition Team have initiated an informal consultation with local residents and businesses regarding their proposal to introduce a parallel pedestrian and cyclists crossing, build-outs and a contra-flow cycle lane at the junction of Cairns Road and Coldharbour Road.
Coldharbour CrossingThese are the documents being circulated to near neighbours:
A general arrangement of the proposals (Cairns Road Plan)
A copy of the Consultation Leaflet distributed to local residents and businesses

Details will also be found on the Council’s consultation hub: https://bristol.citizenspace.com/

The consultation will run for three weeks, from 15 February until 8 March. If residents or businesses wish to comment on the proposals, please direct them to the CAF Team’s email account CAF@bristol.gov.uk The Team will record all comments made during the informal consultation.

The CAF Team’s website https://travelwest.info/projects/cycle-ambition-fund/bristol/southmead-quietway will be updated with the consultation details and it will be possible to download larger copies of the plans.

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One Response to Cairns Road/Coldharbour Road: Revised Crossing Proposal

  1. Chrissie Decker says:

    That looks like a great plan. It seems like the natural evolution from seeing how people currently use that junction. It will link up two quiet back streets which make a great route for walking and cycling, by providing a safe place to cross. Well done Bristol City Council for such a well thought out design.

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