We have two priorities - to make the Network safer and more accessible for everyone.
By 2040 we want to see
5,000 more miles
of traffic-free paths
potential economic benefit realised
We published a report of the review of the National Cycle Network in November 2018.
As custodian of the Network, we will lead on 15 recommendations, working in partnership with local authorities, private and charitable landowners, national governments, agencies, users, local communities and all the many organisations that make the Network possible.Read our recommendations
Back in November 2018 we introduced a map tool to capture feedback on the National Cycle Network. In the past year, the map had over 32,000 visitors and 2,000 comments.
Thank you all very much for taking the time to add your comments and suggestions.
The following issues were those most commonly reported:
All of this feedback has been captured and is serving as a very useful reference for informing our Network Development Plans.
Where appropriate your comments and suggestions are also used to help support funding applications for network improvements and as ‘evidence of need’ in negotiations with local authorities, other landowners and partners.
To become a partner and help deliver our vision for the National Cycle Network get in touch with: