Eastbourne Cycling Improvements

Closed 31 Jan 2014

Opened 2 Jan 2014

Feedback updated 27 Mar 2014

We asked

For your comments on 6 proposed cycle routes in Eastbourne

You said

There was a high level of support for all 6 routes (over 73%) but some further work was required on some of them.

We did

We have agreed the following: (1) To progress the following routes to detailed design and construction in 2014/15 - University to Town Centre/Seafront - Town Centre to Seafront - Horsey Way Section 1 (2) To progress the following routes to detailed design only in 2014/15 with construction after 2014/15 - Seafront route - Horsey Way Section 3 (3) For the Town Centre to Hospital route further feasibility work would be carried out in 2014/15..

Results updated 27 Mar 2014



We would like to hear your views about proposals to introduce a number of new cycle routes in Eastbourne.

How to take part

Come along to an exhibition at the Court Room in Eastbourne Town Hall on

- Friday 10 January 2014, 2pm - 7pm or

- Saturday 11 January 2014, 10am - 2pm

Or take part in our online survey from 2 January 2014.

You have until 31 January 2014 to give us your views.


Why your views matter

In June 2012 the County Council was awarded £2.4 million from the Government's Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) to introduce measures to improve conditions for those walking, cycling and using public transport.

The aim of the LSTF programme is to support local authorities in delivering local transport schemes that will help deliver economic growth, whilst cutting carbon emissions and increasing levels of physical activity.

The money is to be used to introduce packages of local transport improvements in Lewes, Eastbourne, Newhaven and Peacehaven. This has to be spent by the end of March 2015, by which time all of the schemes will have to be implemented. 

In Eastbourne our focus has been to provide a network of routes for cyclists linking key destinations in the town. 

In addition we are also consulting on routes that would be funded from a development contribution secured from Sovereign Harbour.

Please click on the links below to view the plans.



  • Eastbourne


  • Businesses
  • Community groups or organisations
  • Voluntary groups or organisations
  • Public sector groups or organisations
  • Residents panel
  • User groups or forums
  • Anybody with an interest


  • Road safety