The engagement of this project has ended
7 months ago
2) Are we correct in our assessment of routes that already meet the agreed standards (existing routes)?
3) Do you think the network of proposed (future) routes shown on this map will encourage you to walk/cycle more for everyday journeys?
3a) If no or maybe what else would help you change your current short car journeys to walking and cycling?
I’m an avid cyclist, however it’s the destination that’s the problem. If I want to cycle to the local surgery there is no secure bike parking bay I simply couldn’t leave my bike unattended useless I have someone with me to look after the bike while I’m in the centre. This is true of the local shops too business’s must start to make provision for locking bikes to something that’s secure. It’s not safe to have a number of bikes lining up or on the group outside a shop post office or surgery.
The bikes need to be safe and other people shouldn’t see them as a hazard which happens at the moment.
4) Do you think there are routes missing from the map that would help you make every-day active travel journeys?
1) Did you take part in Neath Port Talbot's previous on-line active travel engagement in 2020/2021?
5) Do you have any additional comments regarding cycling and walking facilities or active travel policy that you would like Neath Port Talbot Council to consider?
These cycling routes are essential for our young people, as an economic way to get to the travel networks. People’s opinions need to change the more secure cycle networks we have available for the upper regions of the community the better chances young people have of securing jobs from these areas.
10 months ago
The offroad path from the Refresh to Croeserw/Tudor Park is steep and convoluted. I don't seen anyone use it, and most tend to cycle/walk along Lloyd Terrace and Coronation Terrace.
Why are the paths to Abercregan and Blaengwynfi not shown on the map, especially when the latter connects up to the Rhondda tunnel?
NPTC should be working with BCBC to connect Croeserw with Caerau/Maesteg.