Formerly known as Bike Life, this is the UK's biggest ever study of walking, wheeling and cycling.
Every year, walking and cycling in Belfast results in:
The greenways and bus lanes were a very big influence on where we bought our house. The Comber Greenway and Lagan towpath have made a huge difference to how I commute.
I travel with my two young children, dropping them off at nursery on my way to the Royal. I find I can cross the city and feel relatively safe.
I find the cars take more notice of you when they see you cycling with children in the trailer.
In Belfast, 54% of residents walk five or more days a week.
This compares to 44% of people who drive, 7% who use public transport and just 4% who cycle at least five or more days each week.
Just 57% of disabled people feel welcome when walking or wheeling in their neighbourhood in Belfast.
Banning pavement parking would help 73% of all residents to walk or wheel more, and 77% of residents think wider pavements would encourage them to do so.
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