Barnsley Council are proposing works to develop and improve pedestrian and cycling infrastructure to Elsecar Rail Station. The project is part of the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) Transforming Cities Fund (TCF).
The scheme will consist of a number of interventions including:
- widening of existing footways where practical
- improved crossing facilities for the visually impaired
- raised kerbs at bus stops to improve access
- a new surfaced footpath through parkland to separate pedestrians and cyclists from vehicular traffic
The purpose of the proposal is to make it as easy as possible to walk and cycle to the station and remove the need to drive.
The table below shows the proposed key milestones that we're currently working towards.
|Full business case submission||June 2022|
|Construction start||October 2022|
|Construction end||March 2023|
Details of the proposed changes are shown in Elsecar Station access improvement maps.
We're holding an engagement event and are inviting anyone interested to come and view our plans and ask any questions.
|Tuesday 14 June 2022||Elsecar Heritage Centre, Wath Road, Elsecar,
Barnsley, S74 8HJ
|12.30pm to 7.30pm|
We'd love to get your feedback on this scheme. You can fill in our Elsecar Station Access Scheme survey to let us know your thoughts, or you can give us your feedback at our engagement event.
For any further information regarding this transport scheme, please contact us by emailing email@example.com