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Exeter residents invited to comment on plans for new cycle route in Wonford

Published: 23 March 2022

Exeter residents invited to comment on plans for new cycle route in Wonford Plans for new cycle route in Wonford

Residents are being asked to comment on proposals for a 700m, two-way traffic-free route along the east of Rifford Road in Wonford.

It would run between the junctions with Ludwell Lane and Honiton Road where pedestrians and cyclists each will have their own space.

An online consultation – which is being run by Devon County Council as the highways authority - opened this week and closes on Friday April 22.

The scheme represents ‘missing link’ in the north-south cycle route, also known as E12. Once completed, there would be a continuous route running from Polsloe Bridge station in the north of the City to Marsh Barton station in the south.

The E12 route connects residents of Whipton, Heavitree and Wonford to schools, workplaces, parks, shops and leisure centres as well as the River Exe and the Exe Estuary Trail.

Details of the consultation and an online survey can be found on our Have Your Say webpages.

Most of the information is kept online but you can request a paper feedback form or more information by emailing, by post to Transport Planning, Matford Offices, County Hall, Topsham Rd, Exeter, EX2 4QD or by phone on 0345 155 1004.

A consultation webinar on Microsoft Teams, explaining the proposals and enabling members of the public to ask questions will be held on Wednesday March 30 at 5.30pm.

To register for the webinar, please email; we will send out joining instructions shortly before the event.

Residents will be able to meet transport planning officers and ask questions at the Wonford Community Centre on Thursday March 31 and Thursday April 7 between 10 and 12 noon.

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