Our routes

We’re building new cycling and walking routes, including the 23km Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway, the Castleford Wakefield Greenway, and canal towpath improvements.

Our cycling and walking routes

  1. Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway

    Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway

    In partnership with Leeds City Council and City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, we’ve completed work on our award-winning Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway, which connects two of Yorkshire’s major cities with a route segregated from traffic.

    Read more about Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway
  2. Group of cyclists on Bradford Canal Road Greenway

    Bradford Canal Road Cycleway

    Providing a missing link in cycling infrastructure between Shipley and Bradford, our 2.3km route runs along Hillam Road, Bolton Lane and Valley Road, ending at Lower Kirkgate, near Bradford Forster Square.

    Read more about Bradford Canal Road Cycleway
  3. Canal towpath improvements

    Our canal towpath upgrades provide missing links in local cycling and walking infrastructure, as well as opening up access to some of the region’s best countryside, including the Yorkshire Dales.

    Read more about Canal towpath improvements
  4. Scarborough Bridge York

    Scarborough Bridge, York

    Our new Scarborough Bridge in York has helped boost access not only for people travelling by bike or on foot between the train and the city centre but also, importantly, those with mobility issues.

    Read more about Scarborough Bridge, York
  5. Castleford to Wakefield Greenway

    Castleford to Wakefield Greenway

    Our existing 2km Castleford to Wakefield Greenway provides people travelling by bike with an important link for leisure, as well employment opportunities in Castleford, Normanton and Wakefield.

    Read more about Castleford to Wakefield Greenway

New routes are coming...

Plan your journey

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