Policy paper

Cycling and walking investment strategy report to Parliament 2022

Second report to Parliament on the progress in meeting the objectives of the CWIS.

Applies to England

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Cycling and walking investment strategy report to Parliament 2022 (web version)

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The Infrastructure Act 2015 states that the Secretary of State for Transport must, from time to time, lay before Parliament a report on the progress towards meeting the objectives of the cycling and walking investment strategy (CWIS1).

This is the second report to Parliament on the progress made towards achieving the aims, targets, objectives and actions set out in the CWIS1 strategy (April 2016 to March 2021).

It builds on the first report to Parliament, which was published in February 2020.

Published 6 July 2022