The population of Bridgnorth is around 12,000 people. The most densely populated part of the town is in the northeast.
Data shows that many people commute within Bridgnorth, particularly into the town centre from the northeast. The town also draws commuters from outlying settlements such as Broseley in the north and Highley in the south.
In the 2011 census, almost 20% of residents said that they travelled to work by bicycle or on foot.
The A458 and the A442 present significant physical boundaries to those travelling into the town centre from the south and the east.
Bridgnorth has next to no cycle infrastructure currently. The National Cycle Route 45 ends in Upper Forge to the south and resumes north of the Bridgnorth Golf Course. This presents an opportunity to connect Bridgnorth into the wider network.
You can find out more about the Bridgnorth scheme that you're interested in from the following boxes...
Using the green button below, you can take a look at an overview map of the proposed new cycling and walking routes for Bridgnorth. The map also gives you access to the relevant survey to have your say on the proposals for the town.
Some of the information we're presenting on our maps may not be entirely accessible for all audiences. We're therefore offering the following alternative ways of finding out more about our plans...
- An in-person roadshow at each of the seven towns (9 – 12 May)
- Two online webinars covering the proposals for each of the seven towns (6pm on 18 and 25 May)
- Workshops with schools to get the opinions of children and young people (w/c 19 June, details TBC)
Have your say
When you've taken a look at the information in the cycling and walking scheme boxes, just click on the following button to have your say...