Take a look at some of our recent campaigns to make it easier for people to walk and cycle.
Many UK wildlife species are in steep decline.
The National Cycle Network can be part of the solution. With over 5,000 miles of traffic-free paths, the Network provides safe, linear routes for animals connecting their valuable habitats. With your support, the paths can offer wildlife the opportunity to thrive once more.
Which is why from 30 November to 7 December we're raising money to enable our ecologists to create spaces for nature on the Network.Donate now and have twice the impact
We have set out Sustrans Cymru’s asks of the next Welsh Government which, if implemented, would make a profound difference for the future generations of Wales.
We urge the Welsh Government to implement the following to ensure that tomorrow’s Wales is a place for everyone.Read the Sustrans Cymru 2021 manifesto
We're calling on the next Scottish Government to prioritise funding for walking, wheeling and cycling.
Creating streets that make walking, wheeling and cycling safer for everyone has wide-ranging benefits for local communities.
Here, local businesses and residents across the UK tell us why the changes made in their area matter to them.Watch the videos and find out more
We want to hear what you think about the changes local authorities are making to our streets in response to Covid-19.
These changes are designed to make it easier for people to walk, wheel and cycle safely whilst social distancing during the lockdown and beyond.Take a look at the map and tell us what you think about the change in your area
Did you know that transport accounts for 27% of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions?
Shifting to walking and cycling for shorter journeys is one of the best ways to make a carbon-zero future.
As members of the Climate Coalition, we want to help you make that shift and show the world what you’re doing to combat the climate crisis.
The Climate Coalition have loads of resources to help you join the biggest conversation about climate change this country has ever seen.
We want to see a world where people are connected via sustainable transport and active travel.
And where not having a car does not affect your ability to be included in society.Read our manifesto for Northern Ireland
As a member of the Walking and Cycling Alliance, alongside the Ramblers, the Bicycle Association, Cycling UK, British Cycling and Living Streets, with a combined membership of more than 330,000 people, we launched a joint manifesto ‘Moving the Nation’ in June 2018.
This sets out a new vision of a future where everybody in the UK can live, work and play in places that are healthy, vibrant and that make walking and cycling the natural choice for short journeys.Read the Moving the Nation manifesto
We believe healthier, fairer places and better transport will underpin the UK’s recovery from the pandemic.
We must act now. The upcoming elections have never been more important.
And you can also see what the regional mayor election candidates in the North of England have said about their commitment to active travel.
We're calling for London Mayoral candidates to put walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for a fairer, healthier future for the capital.Read our manifesto for London 2021