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The National Cycle Network is more than just a path. It connects communities. It connects nature. It connects all of us.

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Your donation enables us to continue caring for the National Cycle Network and working hard to improve walking, wheeling and cycling for everyone.

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Five steps the next UK Government should take to improve our neighbourhoods, health and the economy

We're calling for the next UK Government to put walking, wheeling and cycling at the heart of its plans for a fairer, healthier future for us all.

Read our manifesto and find out what you can do to help us make these steps a reality.

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In the last year, we've achieved some amazing things

203 miles

of walking, wheeling and cycling routes delivered in partnership

2.1 million

active journeys to school recorded in the 2022 Big Walk and Wheel

Explore the National Cycle Network

As custodians of the National Cycle Network, we couldn't be happier to see the signed routes and paths across the UK used by millions of people every year. But we don't want to stop there. We want to keep making the Network better, getting more people using it and creating paths for everyone.

Discover the National Cycle Network
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Stepping off the road to nowhere: Why we need to change direction on building homes

Too often, sprawling housing developments have been built without public transport links or basic amenities.

This builds over large areas of countryside and forces people into car-dependency or a feeling of isolation.

Our new report, in partnership with Create Streets uses a real-life proposed development in Chippenham, where 7,500 new homes have been planned, served by a new £75m road.

Our report shows how better design and investment decisions – based on ‘gentle density’ and sustainable transport – can deliver the same number of homes on just 40% of the land.

Find out more and download the report
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Disabled Citizens' Inquiry

Bringing disabled people’s voices into the heart of decision-making can improve walking and wheeling for everyone.

We’re calling on local and national governments to give disabled people a voice when it comes to decisions that affect how they get around their local area.

Download the report