Ashton Old Rd

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The A635 is part of Greater Manchester’s Key Route Network. These views are an exploration of what they could look like if protected cycle tracks and cyclops junctions were added.

Protected cycle tracks and wide planting buffer zone on a typical Greater Manchester Key Route Network Road. Hedges on the buffer zone protect users of the cycle track & pavement from the sound and dirt protection created by the motor traffic on the main carraigeway. All entrances and access points where vehicles can cross the cycle tracks and footway are controled with Dutch style entrance kerbs, allowing the cycle track and footways to continue at their own level without dipping down at each access point.

Some side roads are closed to motor traffic, but left open to pedestrians and cycles.