We want to make it easier for Dundee’s residents to travel on foot and by bike more often for their local journeys, by improving the opportunities for and tackling barriers to active travel.
By reallocating some road space in favour of people rather than traffic, we can make our streets safer and more convenient for cyclists and pedestrians (and for buggy, scooter and wheelchair users). By redesigning our public spaces, we can make them more attractive, healthier and more sociable places to spend time in as well as travel through.
Northern Links is an exciting and ambitious proposal to improve cycling and walking routes from communities in the north-west and north-east of Dundee into the city centre, along Lochee Road, Victoria Road/Dens Road and Princes Street/King Street.
We also want to develop ideas for improving Seagate, an important gateway to the city but one which suffers from traffic congestion, air pollution and a poor-quality environment.
To find out more about the Northern Links proposal, click here.
We need your input
To develop routes that are convenient and attractive, we need views from the people that will use them the most.
If you live, work, do business or travel through one of the areas listed above, please get involved. We want to hear your views on what makes your experiences of travelling in these areas less enjoyable and what the priorities should be to make cycling and walking a better experience. Visit the Get Involved page to give us your feedback.
This website will be the main source of information throughout the project and we will be running public events between now and early 2019. Visit the News and Events page for more details.
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