This is part 1 in an update on the Stretford Cycleway mid November, following previous updates:
Continue reading “Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – Mid November 2018 (Part 1)”
Well, what a difference a year makes. This time in 2017 we were in the middle of the highly divisive UA92 and Refreshed Stretford Masterplan consultation. Since then, the 2018 local elections brought a change of executive at Trafford Council, plans for Turn Moss were scrapped and we’ve started to see a different approach from the council in regards to development in Stretford.
Continue reading “Trafford Civic Quarter Masterplan”
A quick update on the Stretford Cycleway mid September, following previous updates:
Continue reading “Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – Mid September 2018”
A quick update on the Stretford Cycleway in early September, following previous updates:
Continue reading “Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – Early September 2018”
A quick update on the Stretford Cycleway in the end of August, following the previous update:
Continue reading “Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – Late August 2018”
The Stretford Cycleway has been a long time coming, it now seems an age since it was first discussed at the Trafford Cycle Forum. Its origins are from a very different time, prior to Greater Manchester having a mayor or cycling and walking commissioner and Trafford Council changing leadership. Funding was from the old CCAG2 pot, with the financial limitation having quite an impact on the scheme. Continue reading “Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – August 2018”
I’ve previously covered the issues on Davyhulme Road East and the proposed junction improvements from Trafford Council in the post Davyhulme Road East, a collision waiting to happen.
Continue reading “Davyhulme Road East, still as dangerous as ever”
While it’s far from perfect, the Bridgewater Way is now a key cycle route through Trafford, providing a relatively safe way to travel between the north and south of the borough, into the city centre and beyond into Salford and Cheshire. Continue reading “Barriers to cycling on the Bridgewater Way”
It’s now the end of the football season and I thought I’d catch up on the match-day parking situation while going for a walk to the quays. As I wrote in my post at the start of the football season, we live close Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium and are very familiar with the issues of match-day traffic and parking. Continue reading “Manchester United free match-day parking – End of season”
There was another fantastic turnout for tonight’s lobbying of the Trafford Council meeting to say hands off Gary Neville and Sean Anstee. We don’t want you to spoiling our public green space with your private pitches, floodlights and even more traffic. Continue reading “Save Turn Moss – Lobby of Trafford Council meeting”