Category Archives: Cycle Infrastructure

New contra-flow cycle lane for South Road, Morecambe

The County Council has approved plans for a contra-flow cycle lane and zebra crossing on South Road, Morecambe.  Details here.

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Glasson path volunteer work – Wednesday 26 April

The local Sustrans group is organising a maintenance day on Wednesday 26 April from 9.30 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. on the Glasson path  Meet at the Café d’Lune, Condor Green, armed with any basic equipment you use in your garden … Continue reading

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State of the canal towpath IV

With fingers crossed, Dynamo has written to the Canal & River Trust to ask them to consider using the Community Payback scheme to clear the towpath between Lancaster and Carnforth.

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Lancaster-Glasson path update

Dynamo spoke to the Countryside Service Manager at Lancashire County Council today about the path.  As can be seen from the photo above (taken 2 April), they have been out and scraped off the top layer of mud to reveal … Continue reading

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Funding for Lancaster end of Glasson path

Lancashire County Council has found £7,740 for the 2017/18 financial year for vehicle barriers and flood work on the path between New Quay Road and Aldcliffe Hall Lane.  See Appendix I on this page. Sadly it won’t address the state of the path further along.

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New shared-use path on Quernmore Road

Three years or so after house-building started, sustainable transport measures are finally being put in place at the old Moor Hospital/Nightingale Hall Farm sites as part of Section 106 funding. Bus service number 18 started a few weeks ago, and … Continue reading

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Meaningless signs

Spotted on the A6 in south Lancaster opposite the BP garage.  Does this mean that you’re supposed to walk the whole length of the A6 because a little length of cycle lane is closed?  Are we no longer allowed to cycle … Continue reading

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