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Two cyclists pose with bikes

Dundee City Development Committee Convener Lynne Short and Deputy Convener Mark Flynn celebrate Dundee’s Northern Links project being shortlisted for the competition.

A total of 10 ambitious active travel proposals from eight local authorities have been successful in the first phase of judging of Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition 2018....
9 July 2018
Awards presentation with bike

Civil servant Lynda Hurley from the Department for Infrastructure who topped the Active Travel Challenge leaderboard with Belfast Lord Mayor Deirdre Hargey

Group of people with awards

All the 2018 Active Travel Challenge Award winners with Belfast Lord Mayor Deirdre Hargey and David Tumilty from PHA who funded the project.

More than a thousand people from a wide range of workplaces in Belfast caught the active travel bug in May – and walked, cycled or hopped on the train or bus. Private, public and voluntary sector...
29 June 2018
Cyclist by John Lennon mural in Bristol
20mph road sign in Bristol street

20mph speed limits are up for review in Bristol

Bristol City Council is currently reviewing 20mph limits in Bristol – and you can have your say. A review of 20mph speed limits is currently underway to assess how well it is working in communities...
26 June 2018

Matt Winfield, Sustrans London Director, welcomes Councillors to our Streets for People Reception

Over a few weeks in April you helped us raise the importance of cycling and walking with hundreds of council candidates across London. This is what we achieved in that short space of time and what is...
15 June 2018
Team accept Scottish Transport Award

Sustrans Scotland's Workplaces team at the Scottish Transport Awards

Sustrans have been recognised for their work in encouraging people to travel more actively to work at the Scottish Transport Awards, after its national Scottish Workplace Journey Challenge was...
15 June 2018
Three people holding T-shirt to launch One Path Initiative on greenway

Rachael Ludlow-Williams and Claire Pollock from Sustrans with Department for Infrastructure Permanent Secretary Peter May on the Comber Greenway

Politicians and officials at launch of One Path Initiative in Belfast

Politicians and officials on the Comber Greenway at the launch of the One Path Initiative and widened greenway.

A walker and woman cycling on Comber Greenway

A walker and person cycling on Comber Greenway with the One Path ethos 'Share, Respect, Enjoy' stencilled on the path

Government officials and councillors joined us today to launch a series of activities to encourage the public to share a popular greenway route that runs from Belfast to Comber, in Co Down. The One...
7 June 2018

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