Council has £ 555,000 to spend on lively journey infrastructure – needs your opinion – Cumnock Chronicle

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Public opinion is being requested on how finest to spend the £ 555,000 in funding assured by the council for lively journey.

Final week we reported that the council was profitable in securing funds from the Areas for Individuals program designed to assist short-term infrastructure and supported by the Scottish Authorities and Sustrans Scotland.

Net pages have been created on the Sustrans Areas for Individuals web site by which residents of East Ayrshire can go away their feedback on the present proposals introduced by the council.

They’ll additionally recommend locations the place they suppose enhancements may very well be made almost about the bodily distance of people that stroll, cycle, or journey.

Precedence areas for short-term pavement widening and improved ready areas will likely be thought-about:

Pharmacies and well being facilities

Key companies and public buildings

Entry to retailers

Entry to varsities

Pinch factors on sidewalks

Different measures may embody:

Selective highway closures utilizing planters or cones

Reallocation of highway area for wider pedestrian paths

Reallocation of highway area for cycle paths

Reallocation of parking and loading

Lowered velocity limits and / or visitors calming measures

Bicycle parking

Kevin Braidwood, Ayrshire Roads Alliance Performing Street Supervisor, stated: “We look ahead to receiving options and suggestions from our residents on how bodily distancing might be made simpler and safer for all who use our streets, our colleges, our bus stops and our bikes. lanes.

“Whereas we could not have the ability to implement the entire requests or suggestions we obtain, we do want the enter of our residents to determine areas the place bodily distancing is most troublesome. We will then direct the funding to the place it’s most wanted. I encourage everybody to take part and have their say.

Residents can be taught extra or touch upon the plans by visiting the web site at spacesforpeopleeastayrshire.commonplace.is/.

 

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