The engagement of this project has ended
7 months ago
1) Did you take part in Ceredigion's on-line active travel engagement in 2020/2021?
2) Please select the settlement you are commenting on.
2a) If commenting about a route outside one of the defined active travel settlement areas, please give a description so we know where you are referring to.
Llechryd to Cardigan
3) Are we correct in our assessment of routes that already meet the agreed standards (existing routes)?
4) Do you think the network of proposed (future) routes shown on this map will encourage you to walk/cycle more for everyday journeys?
5) Are there routes missing from the proposed network that would help you make every-day active travel journeys?
6) Do you have any additional comments regarding walking and cycling facilities or active travel policy that you would like us to consider?
From Llechryd to Cardigan needs to be along the A484 and maybe cross over to the B4570. No consideration to cross into pembrokeshire and along to Cilgerran should be made as this is a dangerous road and the bridge can be closed due to flooding. Safe walking into Cardigan would encourage so much walking and cycling.
St Dogmaels now has a designated 20mph speed limit on the approaches to and throughout the village. Unfortunately the speeds at which cars approach and leave the village on the Cardigan road are excessive and i find it alarming whenever I walk that road particularly in autumn/winter. Could you please try to involve the police in some sort of speed watch/traffic calming measures otherwise people will continue to be discouraged from cycling/walking on that road.
8 months ago
3a) If you answered no or maybe to question 3, which route assessments do you think are incorrect and why?
I m nit sure how to answer this??
A direct dedicated cycle/pedestrian route between Llechryd and cardigan would be an excellent development. It is reasonable distance for the majority of people to be able to complete, opportunity to take in lovely surroundings but currently lacking due to the busy road system we have