EFTAG calls for segregated cycle routes

LOCAL CYCLE CAMPAIGNERS MEET COUNCILLORS IN BUCKHURST HILL

On Thursday 11 July campaigners from Epping Forest Transport Action Group’s (EFTAG) cycling team met councillors from Buckhurst Hill Parish Council to discuss proposals for a segregated and integrated local cycle network. The routes connect Theydon Bois to Woodford through Debden, Loughton and Buckhurst Hill, with spurs to Chigwell and to Loughton town centre.

The plans would reduce congestion and improve people’s health, by making it safer and more attractive to get on your bike to travel to school, the shops or the station.

A photo of 5 members of Epping Forest meeting with councillors from Buckhurst Hill Parish Council.
Pictured are members of EFTAG with Jane Forker-Clark and Smruti Patel from Buckhurst Hill Parish Council.

Read more about the routes we think Essex Highways should prioritise, and find out more about what EFTAG’s Cycling Campaign do.

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