Coventry City Council is consulting on possible improvements to the cycling route between Warwick University’s Lynchgate Road entrance and Fletchamsted Highway (Canley Ford).
Click here for an expanded version of the plan.
When responding to the Council, you may wish to support some modifications to the plans:
- Installing wands to protect cyclists on the “contra-flow” cycle lane along the Fletchamstead Highway service road north-west of Charter Avenue and at the Charter Avenue / Cannon Hill Road junction.
- Making the “pop up” lane along Charter Avenue permanent.
- Upgrading the un-signalled crossing of Lynchgate Road north of Shultern Lane. Possibly use a parallel zebra. A two stage crossing would be overkill for the sort of traffic speeds which should be aimed for.
- Lighting of any path or cycleway through the wooded areas by Aldi.
- A toucan crossing on Kirby Corner Road just before Lynchgate Road to provide a shorter route between the university entrance and Charter Avenue (West).
- Sign-posting the route along Albany Road, Earlsdon Street and The Riddings as a way of cycling between the city centre and Lynchgate Road. It passes more homes than the Canley Ford / Kenilworth Road route. It doesn’t involve unlit woods, narrow bridges shared with pedestrians and steep gradients either.
The consultation website is at
Deadline: Sunday 11th April 2021