Sustrans officers collect a certificate for their work teaching Syrian refugee women how to cycle
Sustrans helps Syrian refugee women gain independence by learning to cycle.
Sustrans Officers in Taunton collected a certificate for their outstanding contributions in supporting and teaching a group...
15 January 2019
Freeing up our roads and making them safer for everyone makes environmental and economic sense
We are proud to have published our latest London review. 'Our work in London 2019: Streets ahead' shows just some of the progress we've made to help transform the capital, working with London...
Gemma Hughes and Eric Schneider presenting the award at Middleton Primary School, Peterborough.
A primary school in Peterborough is celebrating after coming out on top of a bike and scooter challenge that was held in the city between October and December 2018.
A total of 364 bikes and 583...
7 January 2019
Maheswari completed cycle training as part of the CHIPS project and is now cycling to work using the Comber and Connswater Greenways.
Young mum Maheswari couldn't cycle last summer but thanks to Sustrans cycle training she is now cycling for pleasure as well as to and from work in Belfast.
When walking to work last summer,...
22 March 2019
In response to proposals by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which recommends new and upgraded roads prioritise pedestrians, cyclists and public transport over motorised...
4 January 2019
Down the Hatch is right along National Route 56 and serves top notch vegan grub
Grab yourself some tasty vegan food at the Jumping Bean - just off National Route 14
Southwark is home to Tibits, a great vegan-friendly restaurant selling fresh food every day
'Veganuary' may only roll around once a year, but you can still get yourself down to a vegan foodie spot for some delicious grub. We've put together a list of Sustrans staff recommended vegan-...
21 December 2018
Sustrans Scotland Deputy Director Grace Martin and Active Nation Commissioner Lee Craigie
Sustrans Scotland welcomes the appointment of Lee Craigie as the new Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland. This is a significant step in recognising the importance of active travel for the future...
20 December 2018
A group of asylum seekers, refugees and migrant workers who took part in cycle training with Sustrans in Belfast
Christmas came early for some members of Belfast Friendship Club (BFC) who received second-hand bikes after completing cycle training with Sustrans.
The group of 13 asylum seekers, refugees and...