Didcot Area Cycling and Walking Consultation

People living in Didcot and surrounding areas can have their say on the future of cycle routes and walkways in a new consultation.

The consultation will identify improvements that can be made to cycling and walking as part of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) in Didcot.  The LCWIP is one area of the South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils Didcot Garden Town Delivery Plan, a plan to help improve the lives of residents living in and around Didcot Garden Town.

As well as focusing on the connection of cycling and walking routes in Didcot, the LCWIP will look at a wider area which includes Long Wittenham.

The aim of this consultation is to gather feedback from people living in the area about the cycle and walking routes they know, to provide better links between Didcot, surrounding villages and new developments to improve connectivity for residents and businesses.

Contributors to the consultation will be able to leave comments and upload photos about different cycling and walking areas and suggest areas for improvement within the LCWIP through an interactive map.

The deadline for feedback on this consultation is Sunday 19th March and details can be found on the Didcot Garden Town news page.

After this feedback has been gathered there will be another consultation later this year where the public will be given the opportunity to comment on specific designs, locations, and proposed improvements for the LCWIP area.

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2 Responses to Didcot Area Cycling and Walking Consultation

  1. Sue Harris says:

    Need better cycle routes away from busy roads, really could do with cycle route to Oxford too. If there were a lot better cycle routes I would cycle more but roads are too dangerous

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