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Have your say on cycling and walking plans for the Tees Valley

The Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan outlines ways to make walking and cycling easier, as set out in the government’s Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy. The plan is the beginning of a long-term approach to delivering a step-change in local cycling and walking networks and will ensure that Tees Valley is well placed to make the case for future investment that will better connect the region.

We have already consulted on the first phases of the Woodland Road scheme in Darlington and the Linthorpe Road scheme in Middlesbrough. These schemeare both set to be delivered in 2022. Consultation has now begun on the second phases of both schemes. This will extend the infrastructure providing further benefits along the corridors. 

Find out more about Phase 2 of the schemes and have your say by clicking here

The Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan is part the wider Strategic Transport Plan, which aims to provide a “high-quality, quick, affordable, reliable, low carbon and safe transport network for people and freight to move within, to and from Tees Valley

You can read more about the Strategic Transport Plan here