Closed consultation

Draft cycling and walking investment strategy

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

Seeking views on the draft cycling and walking investment strategy.

Documents

Draft cycling and walking investment strategy

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Draft cycling and walking investment strategy: roadshow events

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Consultation description

The government’s ambition is to create a walking and cycling nation. To further this goal we have created a draft cycling and walking strategy for consultation. We are seeking:

  • suggestions and evidence of innovative projects and programmes which could be developed to further our goals of:
    • increasing cycling activity
    • reversing the decline in walking activity
    • reducing the rate of cyclists killed or seriously injured
  • views on how to increase cycling and walking in typically under-represented groups
  • views on the approach and actions set out in the strategy to meet our key objectives
  • views on the potential roles of government and non-government bodies in delivering the strategy, plus the how they work together
  • views on the assistance local authorities and local enterprise partnerships would find beneficial to support development of infrastructure plans
  • views on our proposed activities for meeting our objectives of better:
    • safety
    • mobility
    • streets

The timescale and approach to developing this strategy were originally stated in Setting the first cycling and walking investment strategy released in December 2015.