Join the Dots

Streets for People are pleased to announce the launch of our new campaign: “Join the Dots”. This campaign has three formal demands of the council to improve transport infrastructure in Levenshulme and North Burnage.

Please sign our petition below if you want these demands to be fully addressed

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See our open letter to the council’s latest response here

Take action on boundary roads

Available evidence says that traffic on already busy boundary roads should not significantly increase in response to the filters, but this is not enough. Boundary roads need improvement through other measures, such as additional crossings and traffic calming measures to ensure that residents of these roads also benefit from the scheme, as well as the wider community.

Strengthen the network of modal filters to make safer routes rather than individually filtered streets

Modal filters work together by creating zones with few entrances and exits, removing through traffic. Poorly placed individual filters have reduced benefits, simply creating individual quiet streets. The placement of filters must be designed to create active transport routes that connect the entire community, not just those who live on the filtered streets.

Encourage walking and cycling via other measures, including School Streets and walking buses, improvements to pavements, provision for cycle parking, etc.

As well as reducing traffic, other barriers to active travel must too be tackled. These include but are not limited to: danger from school drop-off traffic, dangers from poorly maintained pavements, and a lack of safe storage for bicycles.

Sign the Petition Below!

To read more about the ethos behind our new campaign click here

Respond to the Active Neighourhood consultation

Manchester City Council currently have a live consultation on the Levenshulme and North Burnage active neighbourhood scheme. You can give feedback on the scheme as a whole, on specific filters, and on traffic calming and crossings you would like to see on the main roads.

Let the council know how you feel!

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Open letter to the leadership of MCC

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 […]

School Streets are go!

Manchester City Council are trialling a School Street on Thursday 1st July at Alma Park Primary School, following years of hard campaigning by local residents. A School Street prevents non-residential traffic from passing by or close to a school. School streets are common in other parts of the country. They are proven to make children’s […]

Come to our community events!

Streets for People are proud to announce a series of socially distanced community events. We’re here to help our neighbours get out of their cars and to walk and cycle in our community and beyond. Come join us! All events are free!


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