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Redway 'Super Routes' to be created for Cyclists

Milton Keynes is upgrading its cycleway network to create enhanced links between residential and commercial areas to support its cycle strategy.

A number of redway routes have been identified for enhancements to support cycle useage and a shift to sustainable transport.

The project will see a number of enhancements that will make the redway cycle network more functional, easier to use and a real alternative option for commuters and leisure cyclists.

Facts and Figures

  • Improved wayfinding signs (based on historic MK redway signing principles)
  • Improved Street lighting
  • Improved Lighting in Underpasses
  • Junction re-design
  • SMART technology devices to monitor and inform further enhancements
  • Improved Surface quality
  • Vegetation clearance and new visibility standards at junctions
  • Variable Messaging Signs for information to cyclists
  • Priority routes with maintenance support such as Winter treatments

Latest news

MK Highways recovers over £350,000 in damage costs to highway assets

MK Highways has taken a pro-active step towards recovering damage to our assets caused by drivers on our roads.

MK Highways Awarded £2.271 million

Milton Keynes has been awarded £2.271 m grant by the Department for Transport who has identified that the funding should be directed towards repairing damaged roads, tackling potholes and repairs to bridges/structures.


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