Creating an off-road cycle route between Spott and Dunbar has potential for significant benefits for the communities in the area, including the opportunity for modal change of transport habits.
Previous studies highlighted the inadequacy of safe pedestrian routes on country roads and the relative lack of permeability of the now dual-ed A1.
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This Consultation is now CLOSED but you can feedback anytime via facebook or the Have your Say page.
A consultation on shared use paths linking communities in Spott and southern Dunbar to the High Street opens today. It’s an opportunity for everyone in those communities to have their say on the project proposals to improve links for walking, cycling and wheeling. The consultation takes around two – three minutes and can be done easily on your phone.
Survey link: https://spottdunbarpath.org.uk/survey/
Continue reading Spott and Dunbar have their say on active travel paths linking communities
The upgrade of a section of the NCN 76 between Broxburn and Dunbar has not gone un-noticed. East Lothian Council are currently working on constructing this new segregated section which will link with the existing segregated route from Broxburn to the White Sands junction.
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