Walking and Cycling

Exciting new walking and cycling programme

We have received funding from the Department for Transport to deliver the Travel Well programme to help widen access to walking and cycling for communities living around Aspley, Beechdale, Bilborough, Bulwell, St Ann’s and Sneinton.

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Driving | Travel Disruptions

Top 10 winter travel questions

We grit the roads carrying the most traffic and the highest risk of accidents; 445kms of Nottingham’s 804km of roads are covered on a typical grit run. You can view a list of roads and a map showing where we grit online here.

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Driving | Levelling Up Fund | Walking and Cycling

Streets for People programme making good progress

In 2021, the council successfully bid as part of a competitive process for £18 million from the Government’s Levelling Up fund to improve streets and local town centres and make walking and cycling easier and safer.

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Driving | Levelling Up Fund | Walking and Cycling

Streets for People programme is paving the way for easier travel

Nearly 135 Streets for People schemes have been completed so far across the city and work is on track to finish in March 2024.

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Active Travel Fund | Walking and Cycling

Our designs for a new cycle path on Porchester Road

In June 2023, Nottingham City Council accepted more than £1.7million from the Active Travel Fund, following a rigorous bidding process.

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Driving | Travel Disruptions

Gritting explained

Ever wondered how salt (grit) works and how Nottingham City Council uses grit to keep our roads and neighbourhoods safe?

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