Cardiff Council has published its draft Integrated Network map which will include active travel schemes over the next 15 years. Here’s what’s proposed for Heath Ward :
Cycle Network Improvements
1a Allensbank Road between Wedal Rd and King George V Drive: Review waiting restrictions and provide traffic calming and Advance Stop Lines at signal controlled junctions
2a Junction of King George V Drive and King George V Drive East: Provide cycle exemption to road closure
2b Allensbank Road and Heath Park Avenue: Provide traffic calming
83 Rhydhelig Avenue: Removal of centre line and installation of advisory cycle lanes, subject to space
135 Pantbach Road: Provide cycle lanes with no centre line including advanced stop lines
136 Caerphilly Rd/Summerfield Place junction: Tabled junction and provision of right turn pocket for cyclists turning into Pedair Erw Road and Summerfield Place
144 Heathwood Ave/Ton-yr-Ywen Ave junction: Improved crossing facilities
145 Maes Y Coed Road: Light segregation
Primary Route Corridor
NS33 Allensbank Road from Wedal Road to King George V Drive: Provide two-way cycle track with light segregation on eastern side of carriageway. Relocate kerbline on eastern side. May require some kerbline realignment on western side to north of bridge
NS34 Allensbank Road/King George V Drive East junction: Provide signalised crossing facility for cyclists across northern leg of junction to enable cycle movements between north-south two-way cycle track on Allensbank Road and facility on King George V Drive East
NS35 King George V Drive East from Allensbank Road to Hospital Entrance: Continue wide two-way cycle track with light segregation on northern side of carriageway. Relocate kerbline on northern side. Remove traffic lane on King George V Drive East approach to junction. Provide cycle route priority at alleyway and private driveway. Resurface footway.
NS36 King George V Drive East Road Closure: Replace block paving at King George V Drive East road-end with surface appropriate for cycling. Provide dropped kerbs and cycle bypass at existing road closure and appropriate signing/markings.
NS37 King George V Drive East from Road Closure to King George V Drive North: Cyclists to be accommodated on-street given low traffic flows. Resurface carriageway where required to ensure appropriate surface for cyclists. Provide appropriate premium quality route signing and markings. Provide road humps to reduce speeds.
NS38 King George V Drive East from King George V Drive North to Heath Park Avenue: Cyclists to be accommodated on-street given low traffic flows. Resurface carriageway where required to ensure appriopriate surface for cyclists. Provide appropriate premium quality route signing and markings. Provide road humps to reduce speeds
NS39 Junction of King George V Drive East/Heath Park Avenue/Heath Halt Road:
- Option 1: Minor improvements to existing layout and signing to improve continuity for cyclists. Also option to provide raised table through junction to reduce speeds and highlight crossing movement.
- Option 2: Signalise junction and include separate stage for east-west cycle movements. Include controlled pedestrian facilities.
NS40 Heath Halt Road from Heath Park Avenue to Lake Road North:
- Option 1: Provide road humps across full length to reduce vehicle speeds and make route less attractive to motor vehicles.
- Option 2: As above but convert to cycle street
If anyone would like to comment on these, please let Fenella know by 1st November 2016.