This page is now closed for feedback. Details on further development of this scheme through the Active Travel Fund programme in 2021 can be found here .
This scheme was delivered on a temporary trial basis in 2020, and we are reviewing whether any of these measures should be modified or made more permanent. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Bradford Street (City centre cycle access)
We are reallocating road space and suspending some on-street parking to create a two-way, light segregated cycle route with priority crossings at side roads. This is being delivered alongside the city centre traffic cells initiative.
Measures will include:Shared use footway/cycle track at Moat Lane to enable cyclists to use existing pedestrian crossing facilities and connect with the proposed A34-A38 cross-city cycle route at Edgbaston Street/Park Street Two-way segregated cycle lanes on Bradford Street, with build outs where the cycle lane passes bus stops to make it safer for people boarding buses. Signal-controlled junctions at Bradford Street/Rea Street and Bradford Street/Alcester Street with proposed advanced stop lines for cyclists heading into city (who remain on carriageway) and short sections of shared use footway/cycle track for cyclists heading out of city (to enable cyclists to cross with pedestrians) Shared use footway/cycle track near Camp Hill to enable cyclists to use existing pedestrian crossing facilities and connect with the proposed A45 cycle route at Trinity Terrace and Bordesley Middleway Signage to make all road users aware of the cycle route
Please note that this scheme is being delivered on a temporary trial basis for the next few months, with the potential for these measures to be made more permanent as part of the Birmingham Walking & Cycling Strategy & Infrastructure Plan .