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Bethesda Street Before

Bethesda Street Before

Commonplace

We engaged with residents throughout the borough to understand the active travel links that are important to you. Whilst this has now been completed until the next review in 2025 you can see the results of this consultation by following the link below.  

Bethesda Street After

Bethesda Street After

Avenue de Clichy Before

Avenue de Clichy Before

As a result of this consultation the active travel network map was updated with many additional routes. Our current routes can be seen by following the Data Map Wales link below. The map shows our existing and proposed routes and will be updated annually on completion of schemes.

Existing routes have an E at the start of their label. The first two letters refer to the ward that the route is in followed by the number of the route. The last letter is W for walking, S for shared and C for cycling route. All routes without an E at the started of proposed routes which we are looking to improve over the short, medium and long term.

Avenue de Clichy After

Avenue de Clichy After

Active Travel Network Map

There has been significant investment in Active Travel, especially over the last three years.

Below are some of the things we have delivered.

  • 2020 - Created a river walk alongside Afon Taf School.
  • 2021 - Route improvements on Avenue De Clichy, Bethesda Street, Fountains Signalised Crossing and Victoria Street Zebra Crossing.
  • 2022 - Delivery of Rhydycar Bridge.

 

MTCBC officers are required to bid for money available from Welsh Government for the purpose of active travel delivery. These bids are prepared in January and are them scrutinised by TfW and considered amongst all the applications throughout Wales. Finally, if successful they will be approved by the Minister and need to be delivered in a 12 month period. 

Annual Report