Working with communities and partners, we are making Wales a healthy, happy place to live, work and play for future generations.
Sustrans in Wales
of National Cycle Network cared for by us
£75 million per year
of Network-generated investment in the Welsh economy
Wales faces some profound challenges. From climate change and air pollution to physical and mental health crises, the pressures on communities across our nation is growing. There is no silver bullet for these challenges.Sustrans Cymru’s 2021 Manifesto: Tomorrow’s Wales for everyone
The National Cycle Network is a series of traffic-free paths and quiet on-road cycling and walking routes, offering opportunities for everyday travel, discovery and play.
In partnership with Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council, we are working on the Rhigos Tracks and Trails project, which aims to develop new multi-modal tracks and trails in and around the Rhigos Mountain Area.
The National Cycle Network in Wales offers many opportunities for travel, discovery and play.
Improving connections between rural communities and the National Cycle Network is vital to local economic development, health and wellbeing.
The Linking Up project aims to improve the links between the existing National Cycle Network and 8 rural communities across Wales. These new links will provide opportunities for local people to access jobs, services and tourist destinations using active transport.
We work with schools throughout Wales, enabling more children to travel to school by bike, scooter and on foot.
Active journeys programme: Creating a culture that makes it easier for children to walk, scoot or cycle
Sustrans School Mark: Sustrans accreditation scheme for school active travel.
The Big Shift Cymru: Free online challenge for schools, designed to motivate the school community in Wales to travel more actively.
We’re lucky to have 350 people volunteering with us across Wales, supporting our work, looking after the Network and raising awareness of the brilliant routes that we have here.Volunteer with Sustrans
We can work with you to help deliver the statutory duties that are required of local authorities under the Active Travel (Wales) Act.
We have experience of delivering, promoting and monitoring effective interventions to encourage active travel and empower individuals and communities to create better places and spaces to move through and live in, increasing levels of low carbon travel for local journeys.
Contact Ryland Jones, interim Deputy Director for Wales, for more information.
To work with us in Wales, please contact our Cardiff office on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 029 2065 0602.