Information and guidance for designers and authorities
This page is split up into three parts:
We've pulled together a list of useful links to guidance on the delivery of temporary walking and cycling interventions.
We'll add to this list as more guidance becomes available.
It is your responsibility to ensure that any guidance you use is applicable to your specific context and that all designs comply with the relevant regulations for your region.
Temporary guidance on making traffic orders during coronavirus restrictions.
Guidance for local authorities on managing road networks in response to Coronavirus.
A list of appropriate signage to support social distancing messaging.
The rapid cycleway prioritisation tool helps identify promising locations for road space reallocation in England to create new cycleways.
Guidance, including legal advice, on the options available to towns and cities to improve people's lives during the pandemic.
Technical guidance note outlining the design principals of ‘pop-up’ infrastructure.
Details on the Streetspace for London plan which is creating more space on streets so people can walk or cycle while social distancing.
London Cycling Campaign and Living Streets guide on creating low-traffic neighbourhoods in the UK.
This section provides links to other useful documents and webpages for extra reading.
They provide more details of things to consider when developing temporary infrastructure interventions.
A blog by Sustrans Head of Built Environment, Guilio Ferrini on how we can ensure the safety of those undertaking essential trips and exercising when planning for the future.
Our new policy briefing series exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting people in relation to transport and movement, and neighbourhoods and places.
Information and guidance on how Sustrans can support Local Authorities to implement temporary infrastructure changes during Covid-19 and beyond.
Find out how our team of evaluation specialists work closely with partners to understand the impact of interventions and the benefits of active travel.
This briefing from the International Transport Forum discusses the challenges around how space in urban areas will need to be (re-) allocated.
We're working on creating an online map to show examples of different types of successful temporary interventions across the country.
In the meantime, our Space to move tool shows the latest temporary changes being made to make walking and cycling easier during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This online map also allows people to provide feedback on how these changes are working for them.