Cash for Corrie cycle route

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Funding has been allocated to construct the next section of the off-road path National Cycle Network Route 73 between Brodick and Corrie.

A total of £25,000 will be split between Sustrans and the North Aryshire Council active travel and transport budget to allow the works to go ahead.

It is part of a £2.5million boost which will help dramatically enhance travel and transport links across the council area. At the last meeting of the council cabinet before the summer recess, they formally accepted a number of grants from bodies such as, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, Sustrans, and Central Scotland Green Network, which will be invested in a series of exciting developments over the coming year.

The planned works will provide increased opportunities for sustainable and active travel including cycling and walking throughout North Ayrshire.

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