Cycling

Family on Diglis Bridge in Worcester

It's important to design cycling infrastructure which is easy for everyone to use

There are a wide range of factors to consider in the development, design and construction of high quality routes for walkers and cyclists, which may demand a variety of specialist skills.  ...
16 November 2015
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We design and build traffic free links between communities that are popular and well-used

Sustrans has developed up to date advice and guidance on the best ways to design and build routes for people to walk and cycle. Handbook for cycle-friendly design Our Handbook for Cycle-friendly...
29 March 2017
Sustrans' Portrait Bench series is a national social history project that celebrates the uniqueness of each location. Communities across the UK nominated local people for the contribution they...
18 March 2013
There are hundreds of Bridges and other structures on the National Cycle Network, the following are a few highlights of these specially designed structures.  Dyffi Bridge by Jon Mills The...
18 March 2013
Wiggly Wall by Eve Body This unique seat lies between Dulverton to Barnstaple, along the West Country Way, Exmoor, National Route 3.  In the rebuilding this section of dilapidated wall, this...
18 March 2013
The River Foyle is the focus of the Derry National Cycle Network (Route 93), connecting the historic walled city of Londonderry to border towns Lifford and Strabane. The project centred on two...
18 March 2013
Sustrans publications Sustrans produces a number of map publications covering the National Cycle Network in Scotland. Click on the links below to order route maps from the Sustrans Shop. National...
15 March 2013
National routes National Cycle Network Wales / - Download bilingual/dwyieithog (pdf) Rhwydwaith Beicio Cenedlaethol Cymru Sacred Trails / Llwybrau Cysegredig - Download bilingual/dwyieithog (pdf)...
12 March 2013
It uses a disused railway line running near the River Spen between the towns of Cleckheaton, Dewsbury and Heckmondwike, eventually linking to Bradford. The route runs through densely populated...
18 March 2013

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