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Cycling in Eastleigh
Eastleigh Borough Council has an approved cycling strategy for
the borough. Already major elements of a borough wide safe
cycle route network have been built particularly in Eastleigh
itself and Hedge End. In total there are over 44Km of
dedicated cycle routes within the Borough with over 40 locations
with cycle parking facilities, including the Borough's seven
Cycle routes and cycle parking facilities across the
The Department for Transport have been working alongside
Transport Direct, an online journey planning tool to create a cycle
journey planner enabling cyclists to plan door-to-door trips.
By inputting your start point and destination, you can then
choose to search for the quickest, quietest or most recreational
route. The route is then displayed on a map with turn by turn
instructions. The gradient profile of the route, the journey
distance and the estimated time are also included.
The Cycle Journey Planner will be available to use from January
2011 via the following link:
Cycle Journey Planner
For more information regarding the Cycle Journey Planner or for
a paper copy of the Eastleigh Borough cycle map please contact
Laura Kerrigan on 023 8068 8478.
Cycle Parking Needs
Bike is a new website where members of the public can
identify locations where cycle parking is lacking
or requires modernisation. The service is completely free of
charge and uses Google Maps so exact locations can be highlighted.
Park that Bike collate the information and send it to the relevant
Cycle facilities in Bishopstoke and
Designed in conjunction with Wyvern College, this shows the network
of off-road cycle routes, signalised crossing points, advice on
cycle security and signs you may see.
Cycle facilities to Berrywood Primary
Designed in conjunction with pupils from the
school, this highlights all the information pupils will need to
cycle safely to Berrywood Primary School.
Alternatively, if you would like a paper copy of either map,
please email Eric Reed or telephone him
on 023 8068 8233.
Cycle Routes in Neighbouring Authorities
Other Useful Links
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