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Cycle route

Second Phase of Consultation Begins on Cycling and Walking improvements on Shinfield Road

  • Formal consultation on new cycle route and improved pedestrian crossings along Shinfield Road launches today
  • The fully segregated Shinfield Road route was chosen as the favourite option during informal consultation earlier this year, which attracted almost 1,000 responses
Reading School Street Marshal

Crescent Road School Street postponed as schools call for more volunteers

  • Three schools in east Reading are appealing for volunteers to come forward
  • No experience is necessary to be a marshal and full training will be provided
  • Crescent Road School Street will now open in the new year
Staff, volunteers and pupils from Park Lane School Street

One third more children walk to school as a result of Reading’s first ever School Street

  • Reading’s trial at Park Lane Primary School a success five months on
  • Trial demonstrates how travel behaviours can be positively changed with 32% more children walking to and from school
  • The initiative aims to create a safer and healthier environment for everyone
Green Park Station new footbridge

Green Park Station Takes Shape

  • New footbridge linking the two platforms now in position
  • Station expected to be open for public use by June 2022
Reading School Streets

East Reading School Street Set for Approval

  • If approved, the Crescent Road School Street is likely to be operational in September 2021
  • The scheme will be considered at the Council's Strategic Environment, Planning and Transport Committee (SEPT) on 30 June
Photo shows:
Vicki Lucas – School Business Manager (right)
Sophie Greenaway – Headteacher (middle)
Richard Harvey – Caretaker (middle)
Leo Calvert-Brydges, Volunteer Marshal (left)
Harry Thameside pupil (front left)
Yvarni Thamesdie pupil (front right)

Two New Reading School Streets Now Open

  • School Street trials began this week at Wilson Primary School and Thameside Primary School
  • The initiative aims to create a safer and healthier environment for everyone by encouraging more active travel, such as cycling and walking.

Council Public Rights of Way Consultation Could Consider Access to Footpaths on Caversham Park Estate

  • Residents urged to help improve Reading’s Public Rights of Way
  • The consultation also considers historic Rights of Way that have been lost