Our campaigns

Take a look at some of our recent campaigns to make it easier for people to walk, wheel and cycle.

Sustrans’ asks for the 2022 English regional elections

We're calling for local election candidates in all regions to put walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for a fairer, healthier future.

Read our asks for the 2022 English regional elections.
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Sustrans Scotland's asks for the 2022 local elections

Thirteen asks to create better places, improve our health and protect the planet.

Read our manifesto for the 2022 Scottish local elections.

Sustrans Cymru’s asks for the 2022 Welsh local elections

The Covid-19 pandemic is a wake-up call that has both exposed and widened the inequities that exist between people and places.

This is why we call on local government to deliver ambitious leadership to ensure a sustainable recovery that is fair for all people in Wales.

Read our manifesto asks for Wales.

Sustrans Northern Ireland's manifesto for the 2022 assembly elections

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.
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Sustrans’ asks for the 2022 London borough elections

The capital should be a place where all Londoners can thrive and enjoy a good quality of life.

Download our full manifesto for the 2022 London borough elections.
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Find bike shops near you

We have a brand new map showing all of the independent bike shops open in your area.

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Streets for everyone

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.
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Air quality

We need to act now to reduce the number of polluting motor vehicles on our roads, and make it easier for people to walk, wheel and cycle.

Read our air quality recommendations to policy makers.
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Let's protect what we love from the climate crisis

Did you know that transport accounts for 27% of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions?

Shifting to walking, wheeling 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.

So get involved and show the love for the life you want to protect.

Moving the nation UK Walking and Cycling Alliance manifesto

Moving the nation

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.