Liveable cities

men, women with children and bikes in a green environment

Lord Mayor Cleo Lake, Sustrans England South Director, James Cleeton and Cycle Sunday supporters enjoy a traffic-free day on the Downs

Over 3,000 people enjoyed traffic-free cycling in Bristol at the weekend – a record number for the event that has been established since 2015. Cycle Sunday showcases traffic-free cycling...
21 September 2018
Man on bike crossing busy road

Just 55% of people in Northern Ireland are satisfied with cycling infrastructure

People walking in Belfast city centre

Over a third of public in Northern Ireland dissatisfied with walking infrastructure

Infographic showing results of survey on walking, cycling and public transport

Government infographic showing results of survey on walking, cycling and public transport

We are calling for the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) to focus much more on improving walking and cycling infrastructure in Northern Ireland following the results of a public satisfaction survey...
13 September 2018
man and woman riding bikes with young children on a scooter and bike wearing helmets

It is important that detailed information is readily available about how to get to, and around Cheltenham

A new online resource designed to make active travel easier for people in Cheltenham has been launched this month. Working in collaboration with the Cheltenham Business Improvement District (BID) we...
5 September 2018
Woman cycling on Quietway 2

Quietways make it easier for more of us to walk and cycle in London

Cyclists on Quietway 2

The new route encourages people to cycle or walk rather than drive

Today we’re proud to see the new Quietway 2 (Q2) officially opened. It offers people a quieter and safer way to cycle from east London into the city centre and beyond. The route that connects...
29 August 2018
Glider drivers training with Sustrans

Glider bus drivers being trained by Sustrans to share road safely with people cycling

Glider drivers training with Sustrans

Sustrans cycling instructor Martyn Jones trains Glider drivers to share road safely with people cycling

Bus drivers are gearing up for the launch of the new Glider service in Belfast by taking part in a Safe Urban Driving course aimed at improving safety for all road users. We have joined forces with...
22 August 2018
Sustrans trial of cargo bike for businesses

Butcher delivers by cargo bike: James Palser, Sustrans; Michael Jones, Drings; Cllrs Denise Scott McDonald & Denise Hyland, Royal Borough of Greenwich & Daniel Jones from Riese & Mueller

Cargo bike versus van

Cllrs Denise Scott McDonald and Denise Hyland with Michael Jones, owner of Drings. Our project will pit the van against the electric cargo bike for cost, speed and air quality.

Butcher on electric cargo bike

Michael Jones on his new cargo bike, ready to provide a more personalised service for his customers as part of the Greenwich Low Emissions Neighbourhood scheme.

We have been working on an exciting pilot project with the Royal Borough of Greenwich and local traditional butcher, Drings, making cargo bikes the transport of choice to deliver meat and poultry to...
2 August 2018
Visualisation of Rolt Street

Visualisation of Community Street Design Proposal, Rolt Street, Deptford

Hay bales being used as temporary traffic calming measures

We narrowed the street with hay bales to demonstrate how traffic speeds could be redused

Transport for London’s (TfL) £114 million Liveable Neighbourhood fund offers councils in the capital a real opportunity to create the streets their residents and businesses want to live and work in....
24 July 2018

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