Sincil Bank £3m walking and cycling improvements recommended for approval

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Lincolnshire county councillors have endorsed plans to rejuvenate Lincoln's Sincil Bank area, focusing on improving the walking and cycling infrastructure. The £3 million project includes creating a new green corridor for cyclists and pedestrians between the entrance to the LNER Stadium and Kesteven Street, implementing a revised one-way system, and making several aesthetic improvements.

It will be funded by a portion of the £19 million Lincoln Town Deal funding awarded to the city in 2020 by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. During a Highways and Transport Scrutiny Committee meeting on Monday, June 10, Sam Edwards, head of highways infrastructure and laboratory services, explained that the scheme aims to improve "alternative travel patterns".

He warned that there will likely be some disruption to local businesses and residents due to road closures when construction begins

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