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Ealing Council asks residents for their views on cycling in the borough

Ealing Council has launched a new survey to gather views on how residents cycle, their experience of it and what they want to see for cycling across the borough.

Residents across Ealing have until 17 May 2023 to let Ealing Council know what they think of cycling in the borough. The council says the responses will help it make decisions on active travel plans and the implementation of it.

Councillor Deirdre Costigan, deputy leader and cabinet member for climate action said: “We are working with partners such as Transport for London to improve cycle routes in Ealing, including investing half a million pounds in installing the next section of the Uxbridge Road cycle path, opening a brand new cycle lane in Greenford and installing a quietway on Boston Road, as well as upgrading cycle safety measures on many other back roads.

Ealing Council leader, councillor Peter Mason commented: “Our ambition is to boost the network of cycling routes across Ealing, allowing residents to cycle safely and confidently anywhere in the borough. As promised in our active travel charter, we will be taking decisions about local active travel projects in partnership with local people. Residents now have the opportunity to tell us which cycle routes in the borough need improving and where we should create new ones.”

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