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Segregated cycle way in Edinburgh

Segregated cycle way in Edinburgh

Article from the BBC website;

A segregated cycle route is set to be built in Edinburgh from George Street to the Meadows to help “create a capital fit for the future”.

Residents can take part in a public consultation on the proposals.

It covers Hanover Street, the Mound, Bank Street, George IV Bridge, Candlemaker Row, Forrest Road, Bristo Place and Teviot Place.

The plans include wider pavements, new public spaces and pedestrian priority on Forrest Road and Candlemaker Row.

More pictures  of the proposed plan can be found in that article:




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