Research on communities and active travel
August 11, 2020
SCDC has been commissioned by Sustrans to research how and why communities engage (or don’t engage) with active travel projects*.
SCDC wants to hear from all types and sizes of community and voluntary organisations across the country. Wherever you are on your active travel journey your experience matters: from those who have never even considered an active travel project to those that are thinking and planning on to those who have successfully completed one.
It doesn’t matter the focus of your organisation – Sustrans would like to know how they can work with all sections of our communities to deliver the benefits of active travel to everyone.
Complete the short (ten-minute maximum) survey by clicking on the link below.
The survey closes Friday 28th August at midnight
Any questions or comments please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Active travel means making journeys by physically active means, like walking, cycling or wheeling. Wheeling is any mode of wheeled transport such as wheelchairs, mobility scooters, adapted bikes, handcycles, scooters, prams etc. An active travel project is any project - however big or small - that helps people achieve this. Some examples include:
- Providing affordable recycled bikes for the community
- Running cycle skills training to build confidence
- Infrastructure projects like cycling and walking paths