Consultation Map: Eastern Cycle Corridor (26th May-24th June 2016)
This consultation is now closed
The Daleside Road improvement project is an ambitious proposal to provide high capacity, high frequency east west low emission transport options to existing and proposed employment and regeneration sites along a 10k corridor through Nottingham. Please note that this stage of consultation focuses purely on the eastern section of the route and the Western will be consulted on at a later date. Find out more about the The Daleside Road improvement project by visiting its dedicated webpage.
The Cycle City Eastern Corridor is the third of our proposed Cycle City Ambition corridors which will provide a two way cycle superhighway between the Racecourse site and the City Centre alongside resurfacing and improvements to existing shared paths. Find out more about the Eastern Cycle Corridor by visiting its dedicated webpage.
The route has been designed using the Nottingham Cycle Design Guide as well as the latest national cycle design standards and is based on feedback we have already received from cyclists and cycling groups locally. View the Nottingham City Cycling Design Guide (9MB PDF)
The two projects complement each other and consultation and construction will be run as a joint programme.
Consultation begins on the 26th May and will run for 4 weeks ending on the 24th June 2016. To have your say please insert your comments on the below interactive consultation map or alternatively you can meet our Eco Expressway team face to face at a public exhibition on Thursday 26th May between 1pm-8pm outside East Point Retail Park on Daleside Road.
We have developed our interactive consultation map to include threaded comment responses. This will enable you to comment upon already existing points of interest added by other users which will assist us to better understand the relationship between users' comments.
This tool is not designed for conversation - however, constructive and relevant responses to existing comments are encouraged. Rude, abusive, profane or repeated responses will be removed; all comments are moderated before becoming visible on the system. We are committed to transparency, and will only moderate comments when they violate these rules.