St Albans Green Ring

Planned resurfacing of the Alban Way has been completed and on Tuesday 26th November local cyclists gathered at Morrisons car park to celebrate. They were joined by the mayor of St Albans and pupils from two local schools for a photo opportunity before setting off to ride to Smallford.

The resurfaced section will form part of The Green Ring, a continuous walking and cycling route which will encircle St Albans city centre. St Albans City and District Council are carrying out a public consultation on The Green Ring and the consultation period has been extended to Friday 20th December to include two exhibition dates. If you are interested you can head over to the District Council’s offices where the exhibition will be open from noon to 5pm on Monday 16th December and again from 4pm to 8pm on Wednesday 18th December.

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3 responses to “St Albans Green Ring

  1. The St.Albans Green Ring look interesting. Who & how did it get started.
    May be Watford should try to get one!!

  2. The concept of the Green Ring originated in work undertaken by the District Council as part of the “City Vision” for St Albans in 2009. This aspiration was used as the basis for a successful Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) bid for which St Albans City and District Council provided extensive input in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council. The total LSTF allocation from the Department for Transport is £1,091,000.

    from http://www.stalbans.gov.uk/planning/Planningpolicy/greenring/

  3. Site B is now out for public consultation. This is designed by Hertc CC and is the section along Griffiths Way and Holywell Hill. Use St Albans link as above to find it.

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