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Emergency active travel corridors

Emergency active travel fund - Round 2

On 7 August 2020, Worcestershire County Council submitted its second bid to the Emergency Active Travel Fund. On 13 November 2020, the Government announced that Worcestershire had been allocated a further £649,200 to invest in active travel infrastructure.

The four proposed corridors are supported by partners, including local District Councils and the Canals and River Trust, are shown below:

  • Pershore: Infrastructure Improvements Wyre Road Active Travel Corridor
  • Redditch: Arrow Valley Active Travel Network
  • Worcester: Diglis to Sixways Active Travel Corridor
  • Wyre Forest: Stourport to Kidderminster Active Travel Corridor

Have your say on the proposals for Round 2 schemes