The Walking and Cycling Index is the new name for 'Bike Life'.
It's the biggest ever survey of walking, wheeling and cycling in 18 urban areas across the UK and Ireland.
And this is the first year walking and wheeling has been included.
Each city reports on the progress made towards making walking, wheeling and cycling more attractive, everyday ways to travel.
Since our first reports in 2015, this data has informed policy decisions, justified investment and enabled cities to develop more ambitious action plans for walking, wheeling and cycling.
We've launched a breakthrough tool that uniquely analyses localised data on public behaviours and attitudes towards walking and cycling.
Our Walking and Cycling Index dashboards allow you to explore and compare data in much more detail.
In the Walking and Cycling Index cities
I’d love to see a big improvement in the environment for pedestrians in Westbury-on-Trym, which would mean wider, better pavements, getting rid of obstructions and so on.
We know that if something is improved for disabled accessibility, it generally improves things for everyone.
Click on the grey shape of your city or region to find out more about the study in that urban area and download the report.
You can also find a full list of the urban areas we worked with below the map.
For me, cycling is a recent thing, but I’ve done a lot in a short space of time. I’ve become a ride leader for Cycle Sisters, a cycling group set up to encourage Muslim women to cycle.
Cycling has helped me recover from illness and bereavement.
It’s not just about learning how to cycle. It’s about self-belief, resilience, achievement.
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