Tag Archives: M6 link road/Bay Gateway

M6 link road park and ride – part 3

A little bit of desktop research uncovers previous “noises” that Lancashire County Council has made in favour of a park and [cycle] ride facility at junction 34 of the M6: The final draft of the HGV Movement Strategy at section 4.2.1 … Continue reading

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M6 link road park and ride – part 2

Following on from the recent opening of the park and ride facility at junction 34, this week’s Lancaster Guardian carries an article about Dynamo’s call for park and cycle facilities – namely cycle lockers. However, any cycle storage facilities, according to a … Continue reading

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Cycling the Bay Gateway: a user’s guide

From the Dynamo inbox: “I’ve had two trips down this since it opened, once by bike and another in my car. “Monday pm had a few curious pedestrians and a significant number of bikes, but I saw one cyclist on … Continue reading

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Dynamo press release on M6 junction “park and cycle”

Dynamo has issued a press release about our efforts to try to get a “park and cycle” facility included at the park and ride site beside the M6 junction on Caton Road.  Interestingly, the 2009 planning application for the park and … Continue reading

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What about a “park and cycle” facility at the new M6 junction?

Paul has been in correspondence with the Senior Engineer at the County Council re the Heysham to M6 link road, with particular reference to the park and ride facility (i.e. big car park) at the new junction 34.  The intention … Continue reading

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