I’m just posting this here for the record!
In Sheffield, including the implementation of new 20mph areas, we are spending over £1m in the coming year making improvements to our cycle infrastructure.
We have set out a policy that will ultimately see all suitable residential areas have a 20 mph speed limit, and the Streets Ahead programme to bring all our pavements and roads up to a good standard will make the cycle offer easier, as well as offering the opportunity for further improvements to our cycling infrastructure. In addition, we are developing plans for a network of Green Routes that will provide off road cycling routes using our green spaces and parks to provide safe cycling paths along key corridors for commuting and leisure uses.
We have also recently facilitated a Scrutiny Committee investigation into how cycling can be improved in the city. From this, we aim to identify a single strategic cycle network using both on-street and off-road routes that will work together to offer safe cycling conditions for all types of cyclist. Links to the report are below. The Cabinet of Sheffield City Council has received the report and will be considering the recommendations prior to commenting on the report in July this year. The Labour Council is committed to continuing to look at this and other ways of improving the city to make cycling an attractive option.