We’ve collated an extensive amount of research supporting Active Travel for walking and cycling in local communities.
Use the links to find out more.
In September 2015, Devon County Council (Devon CC) commissioned SQW to develop an
economic impact model and analysis based in three landmark cycling and walking trails in
the Devon strategic rural cycling network: Drake’s Trail, from Tavistock to Plymouth
(incorporating the Plym Valley Trail); Exe Estuary Trail, from Exeter to Exmouth and
Dawlish Warren; and Tarka Trail, from Barnstaple to Braunton and Meeth.
Friends of the Earth report showing that 1/3 of urban journeys could be by bike with investment in segregated cycle ways and e-bike infrastructure.
27 March 2016
Framework for establishing a relationship between a cycling investment and specific local impacts
26th March 2015
Explores how revenue and investment could affect travel behaviour towards cycling, public transport and other sustainable modes
Cycling UK’s policy team’s updated statistics, reports and research about cycling. They use official sources, largely those collected by government, for most of the figures. The key to them, and a summary of each source, is available
Review our reports and case studies which support the demand for Active Travel. Providing walking and cycling infrastructures in local communities.