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Ticket gates have now been installed at Coventry railway station. At times it can get quite busy getting in and out of the 6 gates, of which two provide wider access.
Changes to the station are yet to be finalised. …
Pedestrian access from Warwick Row/Bull Yard
Following the ‘old’ route from the Bull Yard, the footpath in the direction of the ringroad has reopened and is easy to follow. Signage is quite clearly …
Today I went to Coventry rail station using the Manor Road foottbridge. The footbridge surface was uneven and some of the temporary ramps were not easy to negotiate – they will not be for a self propelled wheelchair user.
Work on the new Bridge Deck at Junction 6 is now entering the final stages and is on target for the scheduled completion date of spring this year. In order to complete the work, contractors need to close one of …
Work on the new Bridge Deck at Junction 6 is now entering the final stages and is on target for the scheduled completion date of spring this year. In order to complete the work, contractors need to close one of the main pedestrian subway routes between the railway station and the city centre. The subway closure – marked in blue on the plan – will come in to effect from 6am on Monday 30 March and will remain in place until the new pedestrian boulevard across the bridge deck opens in mid- May.
This means you will not be able to walk between the railway station and the city centre via the subways which run between Grosvenor Road and Warwick Road, or the footpath next to the contractor’s site offices and down towards Greyfriars Green and into Bull Yard.
The two pedestrian routes to the city centre will be: 1 via the Manor Road footbridge – shown in orange on the plan 2 along Park Road towards Junction 5 – which exits near the Police Station and Severn Trent building – shown in orange on the plan
An alternative route to and from the city centre to Central Six and Warwick Road is available via Westminster Road – as shown on the plan and pedestrians will also still be able to exit the front of the station and turn left to walk up Warwick Road.
The temporary pedestrian crossing in Station Square will be re-sited and placed in front of the new bus interchange, while the existing crossing on Manor Road will be moved closer to the junction with Park Road.
Drivers will still be able to access and exit the railway station on the existing routes. Central Six and the shops opposite will be accessible from Warwick Road in the usual way – either heading towards the city centre or via the ring road heading towards junction 6 from junction 5 (the police station)
Find out more at www.coventry.gov.uk/yourcity
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Coventry City Council is asking for the public’s views on plans for two city centre designated Conservation Areas
Hill Top Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Consultation
Lady Herbert’s Garden and the Burges Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Consultation