Traffic filters on move after residents' concern
Manchester Evening News|November 29, 2021
THE final locations for controversial traffic filters have been revealed.
HANA KELLY

Plans, which have caused concern for Levenshulme residents in the past, include the moving of two pre-existing filters.

Meanwhile, two new filters have been proposed for Milwain Road and Linden Park.

When the planters were put in place at the beginning of this year, there was confusion and some residents felt like there had not been enough instruction.

The feedback from residents has been a key part of the development of the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Travel Neighbourhood which has been in progress for more than three years.

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