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We're the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle

Our vision is a society where the way we travel creates healthier places and happier lives for everyone.

The cover of the Disabled Citizens' Inquiry report, showing a group of people walking and wheeling down a street on a sunny day

Disabled Citizens' Inquiry

Bringing disabled people鈥檚 voices into the heart of decision-making can improve walking and wheeling for everyone.

Find out more about disabled people鈥檚 experiences of walking and wheeling in the UK, and how we can make our places and transport more inclusive and accessible.

Download the report

Our two strategic priorities translate our vision into reality. 听


Liveable cities and towns for everyone

Cities and towns should be places that prioritise the people who live and spend time there. For too long they have been designed around cars, leaving less space for walking, cycling and spending time in; things that make our lives better and add to our happiness.

Car-dominated spaces create congestion and damage our environment and health. They harm people who are already disadvantaged the most.

Our cities and towns can 鈥 and should 鈥 be designed with everyone鈥檚 health and wellbeing in mind, rather than cars.

At GTV视频, we create places that connect us to each other and what we need, where everyone can thrive without having to use a car. Sociable places where friends and facilities are a short walk away, and it鈥檚 easy and pleasant to travel beyond our neighbourhood.

These are communities in which friendships are made and people belong. Places with clean air and green spaces where everyone has the choice to walk, cycle, scoot or wheel safely to school, work and around their local area.

We don鈥檛 work alone to create liveable towns and cities. We bring together the people who live and spend time there, including those with seldom-heard voices, to make the change they want to see.

Examples of our liveable cities and towns work

Children with Olympic athlete Dame Sarah Storey

GTV视频 Big Walk and Wheel

GTV视频 Big Walk and Wheel is the UK鈥檚 largest inter-school cycling, walking and scooting challenge. It inspires hundreds of thousands of pupils, staff and parents to choose human power for their journey to school.

Find out more about the Big Pedal
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Places for Everyone

GTV视频 Scotland provides advice, support and funding for the creation of infrastructure that makes it easier for people to walk and cycle for everyday journeys. Funded by Transport Scotland, we鈥檝e used our knowledge and experience to back hundreds of projects across Scotland since 2010.

Take a look at the project
Three people are in conversation as they walk over a small wooden bridge in Tower Hamlets, London. A leafy green tree is to the left of them and tall buildings are in the distance.

Spatial planning reform

We鈥檙e working as part of the Better Planning Coalition to seek revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework. We鈥檙e calling for changes to spatial planning policy in England because the planning system has a vital role to play in creating places which enable everyone to live healthier, happier lives.

Read our six proposed amendments

Three people posing with a bike outside a shop with flyers in hand Pedal Perks launch in Northern Ireland

Pedal Perks Cycle Reward Scheme in Northern Ireland

Our cyclist loyalty scheme - Pedal Perks - hopes to encourage more people to cycle to local shops and cafes. Find a business near you and join the scheme.

Read about Pedal Perks
Children on bikes outside of a GTV视频 stand in London

Community-led design in Marks Gate

We delivered a project in Marks Gate in East London combining community-led street design, behaviour change and infrastructure improvements to increase opportunities for walking and cycling whilst creating a lively and more people-centred environment.听

See what we learnt


Paths for everyone

The National Cycle Network is a network of signed paths and routes for walking, cycling and exploring outdoors.

Read our vision for a National Cycle Network that is safer and more accessible for everyone.

Examples of our paths for everyone work

Route upgrade in Marsh Mills

With funding from Highways England, we've created almost 2km of high-quality path for walking and cycling near Plymouth.

Take a look at the project
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Improving access to popular path in Reading

We鈥檙e working with Reading Borough Council, the Canal and River Trust and Thames Valley Police to redesign barriers on the popular traffic-free path between Katesgrove, Waterloo Meadows and Fobney Lock.

See how we're making the route more accessible
Group of people cutting the ribbon at opening of new walking and cycling path

Vital new traffic-free link opens on the Caledonia Way

Funded by Transport Scotland and delivered by GTV视频 Scotland, the new link sees the first protected pathway for walking, cycling and wheeling between the rural communities of North Connel and Benderloch, Argyll and Bute.

Read more about this significant milestone
The launch of a new traffic-free path in Pembrokeshire

First Linking Up project opens in Pembrokeshire

We opened a brand new 17-kilometre route between Narberth and Haverfordwest which incorporates traffic-free sections and quiet roads and follows existing highways, tracks, bridleways and public footpaths.

Take a look at the project
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Making space for nature on the Network

In the face of a national climate and ecological emergency, traffic-free paths have the power to improve biodiversity and protect wildlife.

Learn about how our ecologists are making space for nature

Our theory of change clarifies how our work brings about change

Our theory of change:

  • Helps us evidence our impact
  • Provides an accessible summary of a complex situation
  • Helps us understand how and why our interventions work, and identify new ones
  • Defines the short-term benefits for people and places, and long-term societal changes.

Download our theory of change

Partner with us

We can offer you tailored solutions that are practical and pragmatic, delivering your vision from the strategic policy level, right down to schemes on the ground.

Read about our approach

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