This initiative was developed as an alternative to physical signage and it focuses on behaviour change rather than rules and regulations.
The One Path Initiative's core objective is to improve communication and understanding between the people who use the path. It achieves this goal by:
We use a variety of tried and tested communication methods to promote the One Path key principles of Share, Respect and Enjoy, including Sustrans volunteer-run events, on-path signage and press and social media.
We always deliver a consistent message to all users, regardless of how they access the path or the purpose of their journey.
The Comber Greenway is a seven-mile route built on the corridor of the disused Belfast and County Down railway. Over the years, sections of the disused railway line were turned into cycling and walking routes but the increasing popularity led to a rise in complaints from path users about the behaviour of other users.Find out more about the One Path Initiative on the Comber Greenway
The One Path: BS5 project seeks to build on the success of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path, while addressing issues that sometimes arise on one of its busiest stretches.Making the Bristol and Bath Railway Path better for all