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MAP: Where will the proposed 'Coronation Way' walking and cycling route go?

MAP: Where will the proposed 'Coronation Way' walking and cycling route go?

Wednesday 10 May 2023

MAP: Where will the proposed 'Coronation Way' walking and cycling route go?

Wednesday 10 May 2023

Plans for a new walking and cycling route in St Helier to mark the Coronation have been put forward.

If approved, 'Coronation Way' will service islanders living in south-eastern parishes by providing an improved route to nearby secondary schools and cycle paths.

The plans – which will be subject to public consultation – have been jointly lodged by the Government, Andium Homes and the Parish of St. Helier. 

Chief Minister Deputy Kristina Moore said she expected work will start later this year, if the project is approved.

St. Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft said he hoped the project "will be delivered quickly given the amount of new housing our parish is receiving."

Infrastructure Minister Tom Binet noted that there are a "number of practicalities, including appropriate resourcing", which will firstly have to be overcome.

Where will Coronation Way link up"?

Areas which will be linked by the proposed 'Coronation Way' include:

  • The Highlands College campus

  • Ann Street Brewery and Ann Court/Cyril Le Marquand Court

  • Millennium Park and the new Springfield Park

  • Minden Place and Cattle Street (which will be a focus for improvements, including a possible public space)

  • The Royal Square, Broad Street, and the Parade Gardens

  • The Waterfront and the 22 acres of open spaces at Fort Regent


Click to enlarge the full route...


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Posted by Martin on
I DO hope that where a designated cycle track IS provided at great cost then cycling on the adjacent roads should be prohibited unless a recognised event!

The times I have been stuck behing 15 or so cars at 12 mph on the Airport road JUST to find a selfish cyclist cleverly cycling ALONGSIDE the cycle track!

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