As part of the Government's Emergency Active Travel Fund (EATF) we are enabling more walking and cycling as a way to commute and for general travel as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Phase one active travel measures
This phase was completed in the Summer and included a number of temporary measures to quickly provide additional space for -
- social distancing
it also supported businesses with access to the city centre. The measures were implemented using Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders which allowed us to test the measures and gather feedback while they were in place.
These included -
- Freetown Way cycle route
- Ferensway cycle route
- Spring Bank cycle route
- point closure of Wright Street and Baker Street
- cycle contraflows in the city centre
Phase two active travel measures
We have provisionally been allocated further funding to implement phase two but to secure the funding we must carry out public consultation on our proposed schemes. You can access the proposed schemes using the link below.
The proposed schemes include -
- Holderness Road cycle corridor
- Anlaby Road cycle corridor
- Hessle Road cycle corridor
A summary of the consultation that is taking place for the Active Hull Schemes is available in the document below -
In the new year we will be asking for your opinion on Active Travel measures and how we might best support the residents, businesses and visitors to make sustainable travel choices.
You can find more information on how to get more active using the link below.