Haringey’s Draft Walking and Cycling Action Plan
On 9 February 2021 Haringey Council approved the draft Walking and Cycling Action Plan (WCAP) for public consultation. The public consultation on the WCAP will commence in summer 2021.
Transport is central to the success and prosperity of our residents and local businesses. Everyone whether a bus passenger or a pedestrian, cyclist, motorist or rail user engages with Haringey’s transport infrastructure every day.
Making the best use of our existing assets and spending money wisely to improve sustainability, social justice, safety, ease of movement and usage is one of the important roles for the council. Investment in transport programmes and infrastructure has a key part to play in supporting delivery of all our aspirations in the Borough Plan and in the Haringey Transport Strategy.
A key commitment of the 2018 Transport Strategy was the development of this WCAP.
The WCAP enables more walking and cycling in the borough and fulfils our ambitions to have a reputation for being a walking and cycling borough both regionally and nationally. It helps drive the active travel agenda, improve the health and well-being of residents, improve the environment and will better enable the Council to bid for, and prioritise, funding to help deliver our priorities.
How to get involved
We will soon be seeking your views on the draft WCAP to ensure we deliver the infrastructure and projects to enable more walking and cycling in Haringey and to deliver our Transport Strategy aspirations
You can provide your feedback using the following methods:
- By email: Transport.firstname.lastname@example.org
- By phone: 020 8489 3433
- By post: Transport Planning, Haringey Council, 40 Cumberland Road, Wood Green, London N22 7SG.
Please also contact us if you would like to be notified when the formal consultation goes live.
Public consultation on the WCAP will commence in summer 2021.
Following the public consultation, the feedback and responses will be reviewed and the draft WCAP will be amended accordingly.
The Council will publish a summary of the feedback and provide a response including details of any changes made to the draft WCAP. The adoption version of the WCAP will then be reported back to Haringey’s Cabinet for agreement to adopt later this year/early 2022.
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