The Government is to put together a second cycling and walking investment strategy for actions beyond 2021.
Walking has seen a 20% increase across the UK, according to a one year review of travel adaptation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Welsh government is targeting 45% of all journeys to be made by sustainable means and away from private cars across the country by 2045.
The new Transport Strategy document ‘Llwybr Newydd – New Path’ commits to making 45% of all journeys sustainable by 2045.
Greater Manchester is to add a further 24 miles of permanent walking and cycle routes with £15.97 million from the Government’s Active Travel fund.
An alliance of active travel, public transport and shared mobility groups are calling for the rapid reduction of private car use to help tackle air pollution.
UK walking charity Living Streets has launched its new five-year active travel strategy.
Living Streets has launched its five year strategy to set out its campaign priorities to boost active travel in the UK.
Liverpool City Council contractors have started work on a £4 million scheme to create new cycle and pedestrian paths on Princes Avenue and Road.