Do a #2minutecleanup on your local route
Pick up litter on a walk or cycle, empty it into a bin or taking it home.
Please use gloves and ask us for a re-usable bag by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
And don't forget to share your photos on social media using the hashtag #2minutecleanup.
Clean signs on the Network
Make sure any easy-to-reach Network signage is free of graffiti, grime or obscuring vegetation.
If signage is missing or pointing in the wrong direction, email email@example.com.
Cut back vegetation
Snip back stray brambles or other vegetation from the path edges.
Tell a local community group about our funding opportunities
Record the wildlife you see on the National Cycle Network
Report a maintenance problem
Make sure you report things like potholes, fallen trees or fly-tipping through a local authority reporting system or on a public website like FixMyStreet.
You can also let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can pass it on if it’s not our responsibility.
Follow us on social media
Or read a news article on our website and tell a friend about it.
Tell your company about the Way to Work website
There are lots of ideas to help you promote active and sustainable travel in your workplace.
Are you a primary school teacher or do you know one?
Check out our active travel resources for teachers complete with ready-made lesson plans.
Find out more about our work in Scotland
With Scottish Government funding, we work with people, places and groups around the country to support innovative and ambitious new walking and cycling projects.
Have a look at our Sustrans Scotland showcase website and share it with a friend.
Are you a parent, grandparent, carer or teacher?
Check out our new cycling and scooter parking fund for schools and nurseries and spread the word to your school or nursery.