To pretty much no fanfare the report has been released http://api.ning.com/files/9LH5Xf1*iF0txrAihZTl2oF65V*qWvLBOGc3j5PEZMISwpvTDrgWo-kE4Z9b18R3cENKY1sVBrS6yZL*vz9wya8dCYPH44rN/gl_final_study_report_v1.01_final.pdf
The quiet release isn't that surprising when you read the report, it has a few minor tweaks and a few suggestions that some of the big junctions will be looked at when the areas around them are redeveloped at some point in the unconfirmed future and that's about it.
It's all summed up by this picture of the proposed "area-wide pedestrian and cycle network". A few streets where contra-flow cycling will be allowed and turning a short stretch of the New River into a cycle path which don't join up and don't actually follow the desire lines of current cyclists (especially North-South)
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