Wales

Woman cycling in front of the Senedd building

The £60 million over three years will be used to improve infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists

Sustrans Cymru has welcomed the news of an additional investment of £60 million to active travel in the Welsh Infrastructure and Investment Plan (WIIP).  Earlier in the year, Sustrans Cymru called...
2 May 2018
paretns and children travel to school by foot, bike and scooter

The school run is accountable for nearly a quarter (24%) of traffic at peak times and contributes significantly to the financial drain that congestion places on businesses and the economy.

The school run is accountable for nearly a quarter (24%) of traffic at peak times. With parents choosing to drive their children to school, even when healthier options may be available to them,...
16 April 2018
Mother with child in a push-chair on a bridge, Wales

Today is a major milestone in efforts to boost the number of people who are making shorter journeys on foot or by bike

Sustrans responds to Ken Skates' announcement on walking and cycling. Welsh Government approves 14 councils’ active travel plans, the rest rejected or ordered to re-submit Findings of Welsh...
28 February 2018

Ysgol Llywelyn school saw an increase of 16% in active travel modes being used on the journey to school last year

Pupils on bikes pose for photo
Ysgol Llywelyn have become the third school in Denbighshire to receive an award for their effort in getting pupils travelling actively to school. They Silver School Mark Award was awarded for getting...
23 February 2018
Pupils wearing high visibility jackets outside Ysgol Bro Lleu
Children and staff at Ysgol Bro Lleu take part in a Yellow Warning Day.  Sustrans is working with schools in Wales to provide children with the skills and information necessary to allow them to walk...
19 February 2018

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