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Our work in England

We work with local authorities, schools, workplaces and communities across England to make it easier for people to walk and cycle.

We deliver projects to improve walking and cycling infrastructure and to help people walk and cycle for their everyday journeys.

We work in partnership, bringing people together to find the right solutions.

We have a wide range of expertise to help local authorities, businesses, schools and communities achieve active travel goals. These include:

Design

of walking and cycling schemes - urban, traffic free and leisure routes

Engagement

of residents, businesses, and other local stakeholders to achieve better design solutions

Delivery

of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, Healthy Streets, and schools and workplaces projects

Tailored support

for organisations seeking to increase active travel

Liveable cities and towns for everyone

Examples of our work in England

How we got over 20,000 people walking and cycling

We worked with Stockton Council’s health and transport teams to get over 20,000 people walking and cycling.

Read about the project

Liverpool School Neighbourhoods in West Derby

We're working with nine schools in the West Derby area of Liverpool to think up new street designs to improve safety and create calmer, greener area around the school gate.

Find out what we're doing
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Community-led design in Marks Gate

We combined community-led street design, behaviour change and infrastructure improvements to increase opportunities for walking and cycling while creating a more people-centred environment. 

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people walking on traffic free path in park

Age-Friendly Tyburn

We're working with local partners to investigate the degree to which the physical environment in Tyburn contributes to social isolation in older people

Take a look at the project

Paths for Everyone

Examples of our work in England

Route upgrade in Marsh Mills

With funding from Highways England, we've created almost 2km of high-quality path for walking and cycling near Plymouth.

Take a look at the project

Upgraded Leeds waterside cycle path now open

Our North of England team carried out much needed resurfacing work on this route, making for a smoother, more enjoyable path for all.

Read the story
A person on a mobility scooter next to a metal gate

Improving access to popular path in Reading

We’re working with local partners to redesign barriers on the popular traffic-free path between Katesgrove, Waterloo Meadows and Fobney Lock.

See how we're making the route more accessible

Major improvement works complete on traffic-free cycle and walking route to Oxford

We have resurfaced the path, removed and modified barriers and cattle grids along the route to make it easier for people to enjoy the path.

Find out more

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