Beelines is a vision for Greater Manchester to become the very first city region in the UK to have a fully joined up cycling and walking network; the most comprehensive in Britain covering 1,000 miles.
THE BEELINES NETWORK WILL REVOLUTIONISE HOW JOURNEYS ARE MADE IN GREATER MANCHESTER.
To make sure that it works for people across the city region, Transport for Greater Manchester has launched a consultation on the proposals so far.
TFGM is asking for people to add their thoughts by using an interactive map showing the existing and proposed crossing points needed to open up communities for cycling and walking across Greater Manchester.
The map also shows the proposed routes for the Beelines network and initial proposals for roads where segregated Dutch-style cycling lanes could be built.
Greater Manchester is planning to make its streets safe, attractive and healthy places for everyone. But it needs you to add your voice to put walking front and centre.
The Beelines map is waiting for you to plot your points, add your comments and support good ideas. Here's how...
Go to the Beelines map
Download the full how-to guide
Drag and drop your comments on the map
Find routes that help people get to key places - shops, transport links and other hubs
Call for rat runs to be made walking and cycling friendly through traffic filtering measures
Support proposals for zebra crossings at the end of side roads to link journeys in a continuous line