Published: 31st MARCH 2017

Community Active Travel Programme in Northern Ireland

Our Community Active Travel Programme is about encouraging people across Belfast to walk and cycle more as part of everyday life. Over the next three years, we will work in partnership with communities from 12 Council wards across the city.

Two people from LORAG’s Wheely Inclusive Cycling Project stopping at The Big Fish on a Sustrans led ride

Aoibheann Magee and Lisa Lecky from LORAG’s Wheely Inclusive Cycling Project stopping at The Big Fish on a Sustrans led ride.

The programme is funded by the Public Health Agency and together with partner communities, we will plan activities which will both encourage and enable all kinds of people to become more healthy and happy citizens.

In our first year, we have worked with community groups from Ballybeen, Inner East Belfast, Inner South Belfast (Donegall Pass and Lower Ormeau). In our second year, 2018, we also worked in north and west Belfast.

Our team of Active Travel Officers will work with you to plan and deliver activities such as:

Contact us to find out more about the Community Active Travel programme

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