We are investing in cycling infrastructure around the city, new bike lanes and secure parking are improving safety for Nottingham’s cyclists whether you’re new to cycling or a regular rider.
Completed cycle projects
Western Cycle Corridor
The first two-way segregated cycle track in the East Midlands connects the city centre with the Queen’s Medical Centre, the University of Nottingham and the west of the city.
Dedicated signals for cyclists
Using the cycle track
City Centre Cycle Routes
Connecting the station with major employment sites such as BioCity and then on to the newly constructed two-way cycle track along Daleside Road to the east of the city.
Hucknall Road cycle corridor improvements are now complete.
Carlton Road cycle corridor improvements are now complete.
We have improved the shared paths for cyclists and pedestrians along key sections of the ring road from the Queen’s Medical Centre to Mansfield Road.
The crossing facilities on Maid Marian Way at the junction with Friar Lane have been upgraded to toucan crossings for use by both cyclists and pedestrians. This improved crossing provides a vital link between the north/south city cycle route, the castle area and the heart of the city.
Colwick Country Park
We have improved over 4km of previously muddy paths, making them accessible for cyclists, wheelchairs and pushchairs.
In-progress cycle projects
- Our flagship Beechdale Wigman scheme will introduce a separated, safe cycle path as well as pedestrian improvements to this area of Bilborough
- St Ann’s Well Road is also in progress, with a separated cycle path due to be completed by spring 2024
- New walking and cycling bridge over the River Trent – is in progress and due to be completed during 2025