Cycle path campaign to link Peasedown St John with Odd Down
A cyclist is rallying support for a new cycle path linking Peasedown St John with Odd Down in Bath.
Matt Creed, 27, has persuaded council leader Paul Crossley to look into the issue as a way of cutting congestion on the A367 commuter route.
Mr Creed, who lives with his wife Beth in Peasedown, travels seven miles each way to work in Bath at his family's business Bugler Coaches.
He has suggested that the council could turn the existing pavement which runs alongside the A367 into a shared use path suitable for cyclists wanting a safer way to travel into the city.
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Mr Creed, who is also captain of Somer Valley Cycling Club which has more than 70 members, regularly rides to work but has concerns after near-misses with cars.
Campaign details are on a Facebook page he has just set up called Make the Pavement Between Dunkerton & Bath into a Cycle Path.