Buckinghamshire Council would like to hear from the public after they have confirmed that a village near Aylesbury could have three new cycle routes.

This comes after BC [Buckinghamshire Council] confirmed that they have 'secured' £500K from HS2 for sustainable travel improvement, for in and around the Aylesbury area.

Residents will able to let the council know what they think of the plans between Monday, March 1, and Sunday, March 28.

Those who live in and near the village will also be able to view and comment on the proposals for three cycleway routes in Wendover.

Wendove could get three new cycle routes

Wendover could get three new cycle routes

READ MORE: WATCH: Meteor spotted flying over Buckinghamshire on Sunday night

According to the council, the three proposed cycleway routes will:

• Create a link from the current Amber Way cycle route on Aylesbury Road to the Railway Stations (click here to see the plans)

• Improve the Amber Way cycle route between the Halton Lane junction and Castle Park Road junction (click here to see the plans)

• Provide a link to the schools on Wharf Road (click here to see the plans)

The council's Cabinet Member for Transport, Nick Naylor, is encouraging both cyclists and non-cyclists to give their views and says: “We want to encourage cycling for shorter journeys around Wendover by developing the cycling network.

“The cycleway proposals we have made will improve access and make it easier for cyclists to get around the town.

“We plan to install road markings and signage along each route to guide cyclists and make sure all road users are aware of cyclists.

The plans come after Buckinghamshire Council secured £500k from HS2 for sustainable travel improvement

The plans come after Buckinghamshire Council 'secured' £500k from HS2 for sustainable travel improvement

“In addition to £500K from HS2 - the council has added a further £60K to ensure the improvements are fit for purpose and meet local need.

“We have talked with local groups about how we can improve the cycleway in Wendover, now we need residents to get involved and tell us what they think about the proposals.”

To view the plans and to fill in a feedback form, visit www.yourvoicebucks.citizenspace.com/highway-projects/wendover-cycleways.

You can also email the council your views by sending your messages to hitmailbox@buckinghamshire.gov.uk or you can write a letter to the following address:

READ MORE: Let us know - Here are the top five Italian restaurants in Bucks

Highways Infrastructure Projects Team

Wendover Cycleways

Buckinghamshire Council

Floor 7

Walton Street Offices

Walton Street



HP20 1UY