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Cyclist on cycle path
Steve Brooks's picture
21 June 2018

Today is Clean Air Day. Sixty-six years on from the Great Smog of London, it should be an occasion when we celebrate efforts we’ve made over successive decades to reduce harmful air pollution in the UK. A time when we look back in bewilderment at how policy-makers let a...

Glenrothes family cycling to school
8 January 2018

The journey to and from school is one made by thousands of children across Scotland each day.

And for those travelling actively – be that by bike, scooter or foot – it is a chance to learn more about their local area, share experiences with their...

Sustrans Board of Trustee's 2014
By Anonymous,
4 January 2018

At the close of 2017 Bill Stow, Chair of our Board of Trustees for the past three years and a member for a further three, handed over the baton to his successor Lynne Berry OBE. Here he shares his thoughts on...

Kelly Hargie, cycling blogger
3 January 2018

As work begins on a new protected cycle lane in the heart of Belfast (Middlepath Street), one mum from the east of the city, Kelly Hargie hails...

Greater Manchester cycling lane help people cycle safely
By Tim Burns,
21 December 2017

Last week Chris Boardman, Walking and Cycling Commissioner for Greater Manchester, released his...

Community group accepting grant
20 December 2017

When thinking about improving neighbourhoods, an often overlooked but vital element in the design process is involving those who live, work and travel through an area.

Liveable neighbourhoods are about more than just place and movement. First and foremost, they’re about...

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