Sustrans in Northern Ireland

Working to enable people to walk, cycle or take public transport for more of their daily journeys.

cycling past the Harland & Wolff cranes in Belfast

We're working with schools, communities, workplaces and policy makers to promote walking, cycling and public transport as realistic alternatives to the car for everyday journeys.
 

There are now over 1000 miles of National Cycle Network across Northern Ireland, many of which link to the Republic.

Sustrans has begun a new project aimed mainly at promoting cycling among refugees and asylum seekers. The Well on Wheels project is open to the whole community in south Belfast, which includes many refugees and asylum seekers who live in the area.

Pupils from Killylea Primary celebrate Big Pedal win

A small Armagh Primary school has come first in Northern Ireland and pedalled its way to an impressive second place in the whole of the UK in this year's Big Pedal competition.