The three key pillars of our work in Northern Ireland are behaviour change, improving infrastructure, and influencing Government to create more liveable places for everyone.
Increasing the number of children who regularly walk, cycle or scoot to school has numerous benefits.
Our Active School Travel Programme is an exciting initiative for schools who wish to see more of their pupils choosing an active and healthy journey to school.
In partnership with Intercomm we will recruit and train a team of volunteers in a range of walking and cycling activities alongside mediation skills.
These volunteers will be supported to empower and lead people to enjoy the Forth Meadow Community Greenway and promote the shared space.
Our Community Active Travel Programme is about encouraging people and their community groups across Belfast to walk and cycle more as part of everyday life.
Community Active Travel Programme
Having an Active Travel Hub at the heart of the community enables us to provide practical local support so that more people can become active by walking and cycling.Active Travel Hubs in Belfast
In Northern Ireland, we support employers to encourage their employees to consider active travel in their daily routine.
Find out how we are engaging Northern Ireland workers with active travel
Does your workplace want to attract and keep your best talent by making their commute by bike easier and stress-free? Integrate cycling into your business in a positive and simple way by joining the Cycle-Friendly Employer Accreditation Scheme.
The project’s goal is to develop 46.5km of cross-border greenway in the North West Region.
Our Active Travel Officer is on hand to provide advice, guidance and training to encourage people to travel actively and more sustainably.
Cycle training: Sustrans can help you or your organisation learn to cycle safely and confidently on the road.
Secure Cycle Parking: Cyclists can now benefit from secure bike storage facilities.
Pedal Perks: Pedal Perks is a loyalty scheme which hopes to encourage more people to cycle to local shops and cafes. Take a look at which stores are taking part and bag yourself a bargain
We're working to ensure local authorities deliver policies and projects that enable more people to walk, cycle and reduce car dependency.
There are National Cycle Network routes across Northern Ireland, many of which link to the Republic. Explore walking and cycling routes in Northern Ireland using our online map or see a list of all Northern Ireland routes.Easy rides in Northern Ireland
Why not join our team of more than 150 volunteers across Northern Ireland helping to look after the National Cycle Network and get more people walking and cycling.Volunteer with Sustrans