Eco Expressway works continue

Eco Expressway works continue

Works on the Eco Expressway continue to develop the Nottingham’s first priority lane for electric buses and ULEVs (Ultra Low Electric Vehicles).

Section One runs from Manvers Street/Sneinton Hermitage junction to the junction of Daleside Road/Trent Lane developing the construction of the Cycle City Eastern Corridor, which is due to complete in March.

Section Two has already begun from Trent Lane Roundabout to Racecourse Roundabout which will see some disruption to traffic where road widening will be taking place to make room for the bus and ULEV priority lane including a two-way segregated cycle lane.

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For more information please see the dedicated website information

http://transport2.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/cycle/corridor-east.aspx

Works on the Eco Expressway continue to develop the Nottingham’s first priority lane for electric buses and ULEVs (Ultra Low Electric Vehicles). The overall scheme will provide high capacity, high frequency east-west low emission transport options. Construction, in two phases is now underway, with completion this month and in December. Visit

Section One runs from Manvers Street/Sneinton Hermitage junction to the junction of Daleside Road/Trent Lane developing the construction of the Cycle City Eastern Corridor, which is due to complete in March.

Section Two has already begun from Trent Lane Roundabout to Racecourse Roundabout which will see some disruption to traffic where road widening will be taking place to make room for the bus and ULEV priority lane including a two-way segregated cycle lane.

  • For more information see the website here