First publishedin World Highways
Amey continues work on cycle schemes in the UK city of Birmingham
Amey has begun work on a major cycle scheme in the UK city of Birmingham worth around €6.1 million
The A38 corridor scheme will deliver a 4km two-way fully segregated cycle route as part of the city’s Cycle Revolution plan to make cycling an everyday way to travel. The route will link the Selly Oak and the University of Birmingham areas with the city centre.
Amey has already delivered phase one of the cycle programme and is working on a similar 4km cycle route on the north of the city. This is in addition to phase two of the role out of 32kph speed limits, bringing the total value of Cycle Revolution works delivered by Amey to nearly €17 million.
Jenny Moten, business director for Amey in Birmingham, said Amey also has a 25-year Birmingham Highways Maintenance and Management Service contract.