A dangerous cycle route in Beeston will be made immediately safer following an intervention by Anna Soubry, MP for Broxtowe.
At a meeting today Highways agreed to put up signs warning cyclists of the potential danger at an accident “black spot” on High/ Chilwell Road, Beeston.
“NET, Tramlink, Highways and the Police have agreed to an urgent review of all signage to keep the route safe for cyclists. They have promised new signs and clear markings for cyclists within two months” said Anna. “The Police and Highways agree that the current layout is dangerous to cyclists. I am very pleased immediate action is being taken”.
More than 30 cyclists have contacted Anna after suffering serious injuries on High/ Chilwell Road.