Safer, Greener, Healthier Chelmsford
The proposals for Chelmsford could see the improvement of three routes, enabling residents to walk and cycle safely between key points in the city, together with better connections to the existing cycle network.
The first route looks to connect the railway station as a key destination, with Baddow as a key residential area. The second improves city centre connections, extending the existing well-established cycling provision. The third looks to create a Liveable Neighbourhood in the Springfield Allied Estate area including the introduction of a School Street zone on Trinity Road.
The Chelmsford Active Travel Steering Group has invited three new members to join us. These will be Councillor Marie Goldman, a representative from the StopOldMoulshamQuarters campaign group and a representative from the supporters group. We look forward to working together to deliver a Safer, Greener and Healthier Chelmsford.
Watch our recent online meeting.