- Cycle Widths
Detailing estimated widths of various cycle types and some motorbikes for comparison.
- Equality Act 2010: Section 20
Summarising Section 20 of the Equality Act 2010.
Design Guides and Manuals
- DMRB CD-195 (Rev 1) – Designing for Cycle Traffic (PDF)
Section CD-195 from the Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) on designing routes to accommodate cycle traffic.
- Get Britain Cycling (PDF)
Summary and recommendations from the 2013 report by the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group (APPCG)
- Guide to Inclusive Cycling (third edition, 2019) (PDF, External)
Guideline documentation from the inclusive cycling charity, Wheels for Wellbeing. This highlights various design considerations for infrastructure and facilities that better enable cycling by all.
- Guide to Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (PDF, External)
Guidance from Living Streets and the London Cycling Campaign on how to create low traffic neighbourhoods using modal filters, speed reductions, School Streets etc.
- LTN 2/08 – Cycle Infrastructure Design (PDF)
Local Transport Note from the Department for Transport on the design of cycleways (due to be replaced).
- LTN 1/12 – Shared Use Routes for Pedestrians and Cyclists (PDF)
Local Transport Note from the Department for Transport on the design of shared use routes.
Statistical and Survey Data and Reports
- City Dwellers Want More Urban Space
In the UK, over 81% of city residents agree that cities need to reserve more space for walking, cycling, and public transport. (YouGov, May 2020).
- Fewer casualties result from reducing speed limits from 30mph to 20mph.
Research suggests a 20% reduction in casualties are achieved by reducing road speed limits. Accident rates reduce by 6% for every 1mph reduction in average speed on low-speed urban roads.
- Highways England Budgets 2017-2019 and Cycleway Allocations
Highways England spends less than 0.5% of its annual budget on new or upgraded cycleways.
- Value of Cycling, The (PDF)
DfT/University of Birmingham review of national and international studies showing the economic value of investing in cycling infrastructure.
- Walking and Cycling Statistics, England, 2018 (PDF)
Government provided statistics showing the proportion of journeys made by foot and cycle in 2018.