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Photo of butcher posing on ecargo-bike outside butchers shop in Greenwich.

“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Sustrans and Greenwich in changing the way we make our deliveries" - Drings owner, Michael Jones

A butcher in the borough of Greenwich has cut its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by using an electric cargo bike for local deliveries, as part of a six-month trial, delivered by Sustrans. The project...
11 December 2018
people on oxford street. Copyright TfL
Sustrans is deeply disappointed by Westminster City Council’s Place Strategy for the Oxford Street District, which lacks vision, ambition, and the measures needed to deliver a world-class public...
7 December 2018
A photo of Sustrans staff posing at volunteer and champions awards

An inspiring showcase that celebrates the great, selfless and dedicated individuals who give their time generously to support our work

We recently hosted one of our favourite events of the year, the London Volunteer and Champions Award Evening. It’s an inspiring showcase that celebrates the great, selfless and dedicated individuals...
4 December 2018
Woman presenting Sustrans' vision

Kelly Clark, Sustrans Head of Infrastructure Delivery in London, launches the Paths for Everyone vision and introduces London's action plan to improve the Network.

Man presenting Sustrans vision in London

John Grimshaw, Sustrans founder, tells how the Network was built from scratch with incredible energy. It carried an amazing 377m cycling trips and 410m walking trips in 2017!

People on new Bridge on Thames Path

The new bridge on the Thames Path at Greenwich, part of NCN1, is an example of how successful ambitious plans can be.

Infographic about NCN

The network is popular with all kinds of people walking and cycling, but we want it to be more accessible for everyone

On Friday 16 November, Sustrans founder John Grimshaw joined Kelly Clark, our Head of Infrastructure Delivery in London, Sustrans staff and partners from across the capital to launch London's plans...
19 November 2018
People on bicycles at the opening of cycle path

Matt Winfield, Sustrans Director, London, Will Norman, London's Cycling and Walking Commissioner, and borough leaders from Southwark, Newham and Redbridge open Quietway 14

Cyclists and walkers share Quietway 22 in London

Quietway 22, one of three new Quietways opened, has new ramps onto the Greenway to make it easier for people walking and cycling to access, and new 24 hour lighting and CCTV.

We were pleased to join Will Norman, London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Transport for London (TfL), and borough leaders from Southwark, Newham and Redbridge today to launch three new Quietway...
11 October 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