Liverpool City Council opens new consultation on pop-up cycling routes in the city, open for contribution from residents from 1st March – 24th March 2021.

Installation of new pop-up cycle lanes, and improvements to existing cycle lanes on seven key routes into the city, are proposed as part of the Liverpool City Region’s Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan.

The council invites residents to give feedback on their proposals for the next four cycle routes in the plan. Responses must be submitted by 5pm on 24th March 2021:

Comment on the next phase of pop-up cycling routes

Sustrans’ 2019 Bike Life survey showed 69% of Liverpool residents support building more cycle tracks separated from traffic, even if that means taking space away from cars. And more recently, the city council’s Liveable Streets Liverpool consultation in early 2020 revealed 60% of people would support making the city’s temporary COVID-related cycling measures permanent.