Enabling more people to travel by bike and on foot in West Yorkshire
We work in partnership with a range of public, private and community organisations to enable more people to travel by bike and on foot. We’re not only building new cycling and walking routes and improving existing infrastructure, we also offer a range of free services, including free adult cycle training and support for businesses, schools and grassroots initiatives to boost the number of people travelling by bike or on foot.
From segregated routes to traffic-free canal towpaths and greenways - we’ve got it covered. Enter your start address to find routes near you or if you have somewhere specific in mind, plot the route you want to take by entering a start and end point.
Our latest news
Transport options top of the agenda as COVID-19 radically changes travel and working patterns across West Yorkshire
An almost 40% rise in ‘active travel’ consideration, like walking and cycling, encourages a rethink for the region’s travel leaders.
New 3km segregated cycle lane to further boost West Yorkshire’s growing network
Elland Road, Leeds scheme is part of a £6.9m package of new cycling and walking routes accelerated in response to COVID-19
Free socially distant one-to-one cycle training from the front door to help people cycle to work or college in West Yorkshire
From journey planning to cycling in traffic, and tackling busy junctions and roundabouts, the one-to-one sessions are aimed at giving people the skills and confidence to travel by bike regularly to a destination, such as a workplace.