The motion means that for the first time the Council will put together a costed plan of priority routes to come to cabinet in the autumn.
Green Party Councillor Jonathan Chilvers said:
"I'm delighted that our joint Green-Lib Dem motion on cycling has been passed at the Council.
For years the Council has taken a slapdash seat-of-your-pants approach to cycling infrastructure. Today's successful motion means building safe off road cycle routes will now be taken seriously.
Safe and enjoyable cycle routes for short journeys to school and work improve our day-day lives and will reduce congestion for when we do need to use our cars."
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