Active Travel consultation
Kent County Council (KCC) are consulting on their initial ideas for five walking and cycling improvement schemes funded from the £6million KCC has been granted to increase Active Travel choices.
The five schemes are:
KCC want to understand and incorporate the views of local residents, cyclists, pedestrians and other stakeholders in their proposals.
Details about the schemes and an online consultation questionnaire can be found on KCC's website. The consultation period ends on Tuesday 19 January 2021.
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Coastal path at Lydden Spout transformed
Previously a section of the Chalk and Channel Way on National Cycle Network Route 2, Lydden Spout, was inaccessible and unsuitable for most people on bikes and those with restricted mobility.
Now, thanks largely to Sustrans, a newly constructed 4km path on the Dover/Folkestone section is now fully open to people to enjoy its spectacular views. What was a stony, potholed, unmaintained track has been transformed and mobility vehicles can use it for the first time.
Read all about the work on this trail and the numerous improvements carried out by the partners to enrich this beautiful Kentish gem on Sustrans' website.