Cycle access to St Helier (FOI)
Cycle access to St Helier (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 30 March 2017.
While noting the significant efforts made already to provide improved cycle access for those cycling to and from St Helier from either the west or east of the island, please provide details of any cost benefit analyses conducted so far for improved cycle routes for those cyclists needing to access St Helier from the northeast, namely Mont Millais, St Saviour's Hill or Wellington Hill, and their respective approach roads, such as La Grande Route De St Martin and Bagatelle Road.
Please provide details of any cost benefit analyses, conducted in the last five years, of cycle friendly road improvements on and within the St Helier ring road.
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