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People cycling on London's Cycle Superhighway ©2016, Jonathan Bewley, all rights reserved
Dr Andy Cope's picture
23 April 2019

The ways that we move around are highly complex. How we make decisions about the routes we elect to use, and the destinations that we need to reach or that we choose to visit, serve to influence where and how traffic flows. Add to this more personalised factors about the ways...

Opening ceremony of the Ledaig link
18 April 2019

Recently we reviewed the entire National Cycle Network, all 16,575 miles, and in 2018’s Paths for everyone report we were honest in highlighting where the Network doesn't meet the high standards we've set ourselves at Sustrans. The report...

People standing outside of the Derby County Community Trust building
1 April 2019

Our Sustrans jobseekers project works to remove travel barriers to employment and training opportunities for people looking for work in Derby and Nottingham. Barriers people face include cost, time and not knowing how to access timetables and travel information. Matt Easter,...

Categories: Communities Cycling
Big Pedal launch with Angellica Bell at St Richard Reynolds Catholic College in Twickenham
1 April 2019

Cycling, scooting and walking has many health and environmental benefits. Despite this, 42% of primary school children are driven to school, while congestion and idling car engines pollute the air outside schools across the UK.

Our recent YouGov poll revealed that...

Categories: Environment Health Schools
Jools Walker talking at the Women and Cycling Roundtable
28 March 2019

In March 2019, Sustrans Research and Monitoring Unit held a roundtable discussion on women and cycling to determine what needs to happen next.

We invited a broad cross-section of speakers and guests who had an understanding of the issues around the lack of women...
woman speaking to small audience in meeting room
20 March 2019

In March 2019, Sustrans Research and Monitoring Unit held a roundtable discussion on women and cycling to determine what needs to happen next.

We invited a broad cross-section of speakers and guests who had an understanding of the issues around the lack of women...

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