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Combe Down to University of Bath: Copseland

Scheme overview

Copseland provides a quiet, low traffic route for pedestrians and cyclists travelling between Combe Down and the University of Bath. We want to improve the safety of this route by adding zebra crossings at each end of Copseland, making it easier to manage busy roads which cross this route. 

We plan to encourage more active and environmentally friendly travel, and change the character of the route in the following ways:

  • Creating zebra crossings with separate crossing areas for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Installing continuous footways at junctions at both ends of Copseland, to make them safer for pedestrians
  • Redesigning a bus stop

View a Google satellite image of a similar crossing in Essex

View a Nottingham City Council video of a similar crossing in use

Instructions on how to use our mapping tool
For an interactive map of the project area, use the button below. On the map, you can click on any section of the marked scheme roads to view more detailed documents:
  • Google satellite images of the current road layout and markings
  • Plan drawings of the changes we are proposing 

Compare current and proposed road layouts

View a webinar discussing this and other proposed active travel schemes


You can see in detail what we're proposing, and have your say on our plans, in the following pages.