Another great example of some of the fantastic work being done by our volunteers in the North East.
Working with our North East Land Management team they are carefully restoring the 300m long structure that runs alongside the Coast to Coast Cycleway (National Cycle Network Route 7).
Did you used to walk to school - how many elephants did you encounter on the way?
Anne Madden, our Policy & Media Advisor in Northern Ireland reminisces about her early morning journeys and comments on the decline of children now walking or cycling to school. [ Sustrans.org.uk Link ]
Most children want to walk and cycle to school, have you thought about leaving the car at home for the school run?
Here are our top tips to get your child walking or cycling to school [ Sustrans.org.uk Link ]
Since the congestion charge was introduced in London 13 years ago more people are traveling by public transport.
Our Senior Policy Officer Nicholas Sanderson shares his thoughts on London's congestion problem and four principles that can help tackle it. You can read it here:
Calling all community groups and artists in Scotland: The Community ArtRoots fund is now open.
Small grants between £100 and £1,500 are now available to go towards artistic and visual improvements to the National Cycle Network. Apply and get involved!
Did you miss our Chief Executive, Xavier Brice's New-Year's blog earlier this week? Here it is again for you to read this Friday afternoon.
"The answer to many challenges is simple – get more people walking and cycling"
As many as one in four cars on the road during the morning peak are on the school run. We’re inviting schools to sign up for The Big Pedal 2017 - a national challenge to get more young people cycling and scooting to school, backed by double Olympic gold medallist cyclist Joanna Rowsell Shand.
Walking and cycling as part of the school journey is in decline despite enthusiasm from children.
Our Policy & Media Advisor in Northern Ireland Northern reminisces about her school journey and waving to Tina to the elephant as she waited for the school bus.
We’re inviting schools to sign up for The Big Pedal 2017 - a national challenge to get more young people cycling and scooting to school, backed by double Olympic gold medallist cyclist Joanna Rowsell Shand.