A potential cycling route from Messingham to existing cycling routes on Messingham Road.
A potential cycling route that links two major roads through leisure, retail and employment including, The Pods, Lakeside Retail Park, the Steel Works and Brigg Road, for increased connectivity.
A potential cycling route from Ashby Road to Burringham Road, then Dryden Road to Whitestone Road and down to Scotter Road.
A potential cycling route that connects Scunthorpe with Brigg. This will enable you to easily and safely cycle to where you work and take part in the leisure activities.
A potential cycling route along Scotter Road North that connects to Luneburg Way, close to leisure via Skippingdale Retail Park and the National Cycle Route 169 (Ridgeway) and employment sites including Normanby Enterprise Park and Foxhills Industrial estate.
The potential to improve the links between and accessibility along Doncaster Road to the Sherwood Vale and the National Cycle Route 169 (Ridgeway).
A potential cycling route linking Luneburg Way North into Skippingdale Retail Park, on Snowdonia Avenue to link to the National Cycle Route 169 (Ridgeway) into Scunthorpe to Foxhill’s and Normanby Enterprise Parks.
A potential cycling route linking Lakeside Parkway from Morrison’s roundabout to Ashbyville roundabout. This would link the existing cycling route further south along Lakeside Parkway, to Brigg Road cycleway. Links residents to shops, leisure, work and nature trails.
A potential cycling route that extends existing routes on Howdens Hill to Doncaster Road and to the top end of High Street.
A potential cycling route that links Scotter Road cycleway to the National Cycle Route 169 (Ridgeway), and a new route from Glover Road to Ashby Road.
A potential cycling route along Normanby Road linking Normanby Enterprise Park to existing routes south of A1077 on Normanby Road.
A potential cycling route that connects communities of Flixborough and Burton to Scunthorpe.
A potential cycling route to pick up the Ancholme Valley Way. Main route into Brigg from Scunthorpe.
Potential to provide more cycling routes in Barton-upon-Humber. Potentially, along Brigg Road which would also link up with Baysgarth Park and Baysgarth Hub for leisure purposes.
A potential cycling route that links the football ground to shops, businesses and leisure.
There is potential for these routes to include on-road and off-road provisions, to be determined during design, should they be taken forward for implementation.