The Boniface Trail is a planned shared-use path between Crediton and Exeter. It is designed to be a safe route for walkers, runners, cyclists and wheelchair users. It will also link communities en-route such as Dunscombe, Smallbrook, Newton St Cyres, Langford, Half Moon and Cowley.

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Crediton Courier 18th April 2020 TRANSPORT improvements which could be a big boost for Crediton area residents are among many Devon infrastructure improvements backed by councillors which can be progressed once the coronavirus outbreak is under control.
Among the schemes is the Boniface Trail: £8m Multi-use trail linking Crediton to Exeter; Tarka Line rail enhancement: Half-hourly rail frequency to Crediton and A377 Park and Change, a new park-and-change site for Exeter around the A377 route into the city.
Other park-and-ride stations, new cycling and walking routes, and road improvements are all included in the plan setting out 110 different planned investments in transport infrastructure across Devon by 2030.
Devon County Council’s cabinet, which met remotely on Wednesday, April 8, unanimously approved the updated Transportation Infrastructure Plan, as well as approving the capital programme for investment for the next two years.

Cllr Stuart Hughes, cabinet member for highways and cycling, added that the council in the last year had finished the Wray Valley Trail and made good progress with the cycle routes in the east of Exeter, and had more improvements planned if funding allowed.

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