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A34 and A38 blue cycle routes

Birmingham Cycle Revolution’s new blue cycle routes – OPEN!

Birmingham’s new cycle routes on the A34 New Town Row/High Street and A38 Bristol Road/Bristol Street corridors are now OPEN and we’re encouraging everyone to give them a go.

The new, blue surfaced routes provide wide, two-way cycle routes which are separated from other traffic wherever possible. They also have dedicated signals for cyclists at major junctions.

If you are driving near to these routes, please take note of new road layouts.

Think BLUE, let cyclists through

Where the blue cycle routes cross central reservations or side roads drivers need to give way to cyclists. Why not consider leaving the car at home and giving the new routes a go?

Download the Birmingham Cycle Revolution ‘Think BLUE, let cyclists through’ campaign leaflet and help us spread the word. This campaign is delivered in partnership with West Midlands Police.

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