Information on Greater Manchester's Cycling and Walking Network- Stockport Proposals

Closes 10 Jun 2020

Offerton to Stockport- Scheme Proposals

A new and improved pedestrian and cycle route is proposed to provide a continuous high standard link between Offerton and Stockport town centre that avoids busy roads.

 The proposals link the existing and new residential areas with the town centre and local facilities with the aim of reducing car dependency, increasing walking and cycling and encouraging more active neighbourhoods.

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An adjacent Town Centre Access Plan (TCAP) scheme is being implemented, this includes crossings on Hempshaw Lane near Lowndes Lane and on Banks Lane near Harold Street. Plans of this scheme are available here (see Phase 2 Scheme 609). 

Scheme Drawings

Offerton Lane Crossing

Option 1

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Option 2

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St Thomas Recreation Ground

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Gorsey Mount Street and St Marys Way Toucan Crossing 

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Waterloo Road Toucan Crossing 

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Dialstone Lane Toucan Crossing 

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 Hempshaw Lane / Dialstone Lane / Banks Lane (Finger Post) junction 

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Hempshaw Lane Puffin Crossing 

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