Earlier this year we asked for your thoughts on the Western Cycle Corridor.
Opened in 2017, the corridor is separated from the main flow of traffic, providing a safer route for cyclists into the city centre.
Here’s what you told us:
- 8 in 10 thought their journey was now safer
- 75 per cent said their journey was more pleasant
- 6 in 10 use the corridor to get to work or education
- 9 in 10 said the main reason they chose to cycle was for health and wellbeing
Congratulations to respondent Eric Foxley – the lucky winner of a £50 shopping voucher, seen here receiving his prize from Cycling and Roadspace Transformation Manager John Bann. Dunkirk resident Eric, 82, regularly uses the corridor on his electric bike.
Want to find out more about cycling in the city, or ebikes? Check out our cycling pages.