Streets for People – Levenshulme and Burnage
Streets for people are a local group of residents campaigning for safer and active travel and Levenshulme and Burnage.
“Active travel” means making journeys by physically active means, whether that be by cycle, walking or with a mobility aid.
We hold direct actions, public events, and push for local and Manchester-wide politicians to help enable the positive changes our neighbourhoods need.
What do you want to see?
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I want my streets to be quieter to walk and cycle on.
I want to see an example of good areas for active travel
I want to get to school safely
I want slower traffic on my street
I want to help.
Most recent blog posts
Levenshulme councillors fail to provide answers on blocking street safety measures for Manor Road area.
Councillors failed to explain why they blocked two filters requested by residents and MCC Highways that would’ve provided a mile of safe filtered streets off of Manor Road They claimed residents should feedback if they want current filter to remain, despite this not being an option in the consultation form They claimed other streets must […]
After an FoI, several emails and a story on Manchester World, a resident has finally managed to get an answer from Councillor Noor regarding the situation on Manor Road. However, all it does is raise more questions: The reply reads as follows (emphasis our own): – “Dear [resident], Apologies for the late reply, we have […]
Streets for People have written the following open letter to Cllr Tracey Rawlins, executive member for transport at Manchester City Council, in which we call for a public meeting for residents to be updated, and have the chance to discuss, MCC’s Levenshulme & Burnage Active Neighbourhood project. We will update you as soon as we […]