Infrastructure

Our roots lie in designing and developing high quality on- and off-road walking and cycling routes.

The expertise of our teams covers all elements of the development, design, construction and maintenance of cycling and walking infrastructure.

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Sustrans traffic-free routes and greenways design guide

The Sustrans traffic-free routes and greenways design guide provides guidance for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of new traffic-free routes and greenways.

Sustrans traffic-free routes and greenways design guide
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Walking and cycling infrastructure design guidance

Our recommended references for best practice and guidance in the design of walking and cycling infrastructure.

Cycling and walking infrastructure design guidance

Infrastructure projects

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Scheme to improve road safety in Brent

We worked with the London Borough of Brent to change the road structure of Carlton Vale. It is now safer and easier to walk and cycle in this congested part of London.

Scheme to improve road safety in Brent

Skelton Bridge, Leeds

A collaborative project with Leeds Council to deliver a new bridge over the River Aire.

Skelton Bridge - Linking communities in Leeds
Group of people cutting the ribbon at opening of new walking and cycling path

Caledonia Way - vital new traffic-free link

The first milestone in UK-wide National Cycle Network improvements following the Paths for Everyone review.

Read about the latest Network development in Ledaig, Scotland

Connecting people and places across the UK

The National Cycle Network is over 16,000 miles of walking and cycling routes across the UK. As founders and custodians of the Network, we have over 20 years experience of large scale infrastructure projects.

More about the National Cycle Network

If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch.

Will Haynes

Infrastructure Director at Sustrans