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Source: Sustrans 17.06.22

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2022/june/sustrans-and-bosch-bring-e-bike-charging-stations-to-the-national-cycle-network/

 

Sustrans have partnered with Bosch eBike Systems to introduce electric bike charging stations on National Cycle Network routes across the UK. The charging stations will give e-bike riders the confidence to take long distance trips across the British countryside.

The charging stations are known as PowerStations and are placed in key locat

Source: sustrans 14.05.22

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2022/may/department-for-transport-announces-vital-funding-for-the-national-cycle-network/

 

The Department of Transport has announced a £35 million continuation of funding to improve the quality, safety and accessibility of the National Cycle Network, alongside additional vital funding for active travel across England.

This funding will create new routes and improve existing ones, better connecting communities and making it easi

Source: Sustrans 29.03.22

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2022/march/year-long-creative-project-set-to-begin-on-the-bristol-and-bath-railway-path/

 

Mangotsfield Station in South Gloucestershire will soon play host to a 12-month creative project, encouraging more people to walk, wheel or cycle on the popular stretch of National Cycle Network Route 4.

The project will create an adaptable space suitable for artist takeovers, classes, lectures, performances, cinema screenings and workshop

Source: Sustrans 23.02.22

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2022/february/milestone-first-crossing-of-new-137-million-active-travel-bridge/

 

The construction phase of the new Stockingfield bridge across the Forth & Clyde Canal in North Glasgow is now complete and is on track to open to the public in September.

Representatives from Scottish Canals, Glasgow City Council and Sustrans joined Active Travel Minister Patrick Harvie MSP, as well as, residents to be the first to cross Stockingfi

Source: Sustrans 16.02.22

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2022/february/paths-for-everyone-three-years-on/

sustrans-p4e-three-years-on-eng-digital.pdf

 

A new report Paths for everyone: Three years on, provides an update on the work of Sustrans across the UK to improve the access, safety and public appeal of the National Cycle Network across the UK's nations and regions.

Key statistics from the report show that 72% of users stated the Network is their best option for transport, with 95

Source: Sustrans 01.12.21

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2021/november/schools-programme-enables-eco-friendly-journeys/

ni-ast-2020-21-summary-report.pdf

Sustran’s Active School Travel Programme in Northern Ireland has increased the number of children walking, wheeling and cycling to school, under a programmed funded by the Public Health Agency and the Department for Infrastructure

Schools’ officers worked with more than 200 schools to buck the worrying trend of most primary age schoo

Source:Gov.wales 09.09.21

https://gov.wales/million-pound-investment-make-cycling-more-accessible-all

 

An electric bike pilot scheme that has received more than £1 million of funding from the Welsh Government is already helping local residents to swap their car for a bike in communities across Wales.

The electric bike loan scheme, run by Sustrans, offers a range of battery assisted electric bikes for free on long-term loan for local residents that do not cycle regularly or find the cost of elec