Cycling and Walking APPG

First Registered: 24/02/2020 • Last updated on: 27/01/2021

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To champion cycling and walking in the context of the growing importance of all forms of active travel. Our main aim is to get more people cycling and walking in the UK, more often and more safely.


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Recent Documents related to Cycling and Walking

1. Active travel: Trends, policy and funding
05/07/2019 - Commons Research

Found: 1. Active travel 4 1.1 Current rates of walking and cycling 4 1.2 Benefits of active travel 5 Health

2. Active travel and local walking and cycling infrastructure plans: Debate Pack
05/07/2019 - Commons Research

Found: 1. Active travel 4 1.1 Current rates of walking and cycling 4 1.2 Benefits of active travel 5 Health

3. Cycling and walking investment strategy: active travel investment models
07/02/2020 - Department for Transport
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Found: 3 4. Using ALS data to derive the baseline cycling data ........................................

4. Cycling and walking investment strategy: active travel investment models
07/02/2020 - Department for Transport
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Found: ............................... 8 2.1 Cycling and Walking Investment Models .....................

5. Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) report to Parliament
07/02/2020 - Department for Transport
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Found: February 2020 Cycling & Walking Investment Strategy Report to Parliament Moving Britain Ahead

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Cycling and Walking

1. Active Travel
09/07/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: Government support for active travel and local walking and cycling infrastructure plans.It is an honour - Speech Link
2: mind that, although we tend to think of cycling and walking in the context of the strategy I mentioned - Speech Link
3: infrastructure fund is quite unclear on whether cycling infrastructure will be funded or is just viewed - Speech Link
4: facilitated and made sustainable by the use of cycling paths, so I could not agree more with the hon. - Speech Link
5: Cornwall and many others cannot access funding for cycling infrastructure. Will he join me in pressing the - Speech Link
6: delivering the benefits we would all like to see. Cycling and walking are healthy, enjoyable and flexible ways - Speech Link

2. Covid-19: Walking and Cycling
08/06/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: action they are taking (1) to encourage walking and cycling, and (2) to discourage car use, in cities - Speech Link
2: announced a £2 billion funding package for cycling and walking. This is the largest ever investment in active - Speech Link
3: congratulate the Government on their commitment to cycling at this time. It is really good. However, although - Speech Link
4: funding, which will make a huge difference to cycling. I take what he has said about Manchester City - Speech Link
5: reform of infrastructure in relation to cycling and walking lanes. Will the Minister undertake to have - Speech Link
6: Ireland by the Minister for Infrastructure on cycling. I assure the noble Baroness that the department - Speech Link
7: authorities are required to follow technical guidance on cycling infrastructure design as well as road space allocation - Speech Link
8: for health and for the environment—but a lot of cycling accidents happen because of speed. Will the Government - Speech Link

3. Transport
10/02/2020 - Ministerial Corrections

1: Parliament, we have seen a 13% increase in cycling and walking, and we are committed to a 100% increase - Speech Link
2: currently spent £7 per head on cycling infrastructure, but the Walking and Cycling Alliance recommends that - Speech Link
3: have a cycling Prime Minister who is committed to it. We have announced £350 million for cycling infrastructure - Speech Link
4: have a cycling Prime Minister who is committed to it. We have announced £350 million for cycling infrastructure - Speech Link
5: have seen a 16% increase in walking since 2015 and a 22% increase in cycling since 2013, and we are committed - Speech Link

4. Cycling: Gilligan Report
04/09/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: importance of cycling and, more specifically, the Gilligan report. Oxford is famous for being a cycling city. - Speech Link
2: have just one or two beacon towns and cities; cycling should become part of the total transport fabric - Speech Link

5. Cycling: Licences and Insurance
18/03/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: Government considered this matter as part of the cycling and walking safety review in 2018. They have no plans - Speech Link
2: that the Government obviously wish to encourage cycling—and I agree with that—does the noble Baroness not - Speech Link
3: will be aware that there was a review of cycling and walking safety, and licensing and insurance were - Speech Link
4: should we not consider whether we wish to encourage cycling for the health benefits that it gives, and indeed - Speech Link
5: reconsidering some of the offences relating to cycling. However, noble Lords will be aware that trying - Speech Link
6: the Government do not in any way condone unsafe cycling. A number of noble Lords have mentioned to me the - Speech Link

6. Oral Answers to Questions
30/01/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: manifesto made strong statements about improving cycling and walking on our road network, but it committed only - Speech Link
2: the hon. Lady, I support the ambition for more cycling. That £350 million is in addition to the existing - Speech Link
3: Parliament, we have seen a 13% increase in cycling and walking, and we are committed to a 100% increase - Speech Link
4: currently spent £7 per head on cycling infrastructure, but the Walking and Cycling Alliance recommends that - Speech Link
5: have a cycling Prime Minister who is committed to it. We have announced £350 million for cycling infrastructure - Speech Link

7. Transport Infrastructure: Redditch
18/06/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: welcome the Government’s ambition to make cycling and walking the natural choices for shorter journeys - Speech Link

8. Covid-19: Transport
12/05/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: unprecedented £2 billion investment to put walking and cycling right at the heart of our transport policy - Speech Link
2: says he announced last week a £2 billion fund for cycling, it sounded awfully familiar. Will he confirm that - Speech Link
3: hon. Gentleman also queried the £2 billion for cycling. I made this point clear when I announced the money - Speech Link
4: people cannot maintain 2 metres, such as when walking past somebody. The Government are doing a number - Speech Link
5: of State mentioned the funding to support cycling and walking to work. That is long overdue in my constituency - Speech Link
6: circumstances who may be able to switch to cycling or walking. As I mentioned, we intend to introduce fast-tracked - Speech Link

9. Oral Answers to Questions
21/03/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: was unable to find virtually any mention of cycling, walking or active travel—an absolutely central part - Speech Link
2: diversity or disability but barely focuses on cycling and walking—a critical set of interventions in which - Speech Link
3: services, allowing fares to soar and underfunding cycling. Will the Minister give an unequivocal undertaking - Speech Link
4: Manchester, where we met Chris Boardman, the walking and cycling commissioner. He told us that they are unable - Speech Link
5: clearly, is no. The roadway is for all users. Cycling infrastructure is used to try to preserve and protect - Speech Link
6: Secretary of State on the issue of disabilities. Walking is a very important part of the same issue. We - Speech Link

10. Oral Answers to Questions
18/07/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: the number of trips made wholly or partially by cycling to be met”, including in my own constituency of - Speech Link
2: as well as the doubling of investment in cycling and walking and the £2 billion, we channel money from - Speech Link
3: resumption of an active lifestyle, including cycling and walking, helps counter the onset of dementia. Will - Speech Link
4: why considerable investment is going into cycling and walking. I very much accept that the more active - Speech Link
5: Increasing cycling and walking is particularly important if we are to avoid a climate crisis. If cycling levels - Speech Link
6: leading the way in promoting the use of cycling and walking. We have doubled investment and it absolutely - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Cycling and Walking
1. Cycling and Walking
asked by: Jim Cunningham
24/10/2018
... what funding is available to councils for local cycling and walking infrastructure plans as part of the cycling and walking investment strategy.

2. Cycling and Walking
asked by: Anna Turley
05/09/2019
... when he plans to publish a report to Parliament on the Government's objectives for walking and cycling as set out in the statutory 2017 Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy.

3. Cycling and Walking
asked by: Lord Berkeley
04/02/2021
... a new Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy; and whether the new Strategy will contain a long-term cycling and walking programme and budget.

4. Cycling
asked by: Baroness Randerson
28/02/2019
... what revised target they intend to adopt for the same period.

5. Cycling and Walking: Finance
asked by: Kerry McCarthy
11/02/2021
... what steps he is taking to meet the 2025 cycling and walking targets in the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy; and what estimate he has made of the funding required to do so.

Latest Questions
18 Current APPG Members
Ruth Cadbury Portrait
Ruth Cadbury
Chair & Registered Contact
Labour - Brentford and Isleworth
Joined: 24th February 2020
Layla Moran Portrait
Layla Moran
Vice Chair
Liberal Democrat - Oxford West and Abingdon
Joined: 24th February 2020
Lord Young of Norwood Green Portrait
Lord Young of Norwood Green
Vice Chair
Labour - Life peer
Joined: 24th February 2020
Fabian Hamilton Portrait
Fabian Hamilton
Treasurer
Labour - Leeds North East
Joined: 24th February 2020
Anneliese Dodds Portrait
Anneliese Dodds
Officer
Labour (Co-op) - Oxford East
Joined: 24th February 2020
Meg Hillier Portrait
Meg Hillier
Officer
Labour (Co-op) - Hackney South and Shoreditch
Joined: 24th February 2020
Lord Russell of Liverpool Portrait
Lord Russell of Liverpool
Officer
Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary
Joined: 24th February 2020
Ben Bradshaw Portrait
Ben Bradshaw
Patron
Labour - Exeter
Joined: 24th February 2020
1 APPG Membership
South West
Lord Berkeley Portrait
Lord Berkeley
Patron
Labour - Life peer
Joined: 7th August 2020
Lord Young of Cookham Portrait
Lord Young of Cookham
Patron
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 24th February 2020
No other APPG Memberships
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Ruth Cadbury MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8590.

Email: ruthcadburymp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Adam Coffman, c/o Lord Berkeley, House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW. Tel: 020 7219 5761

Email: coffmana@parliament.uk

Group's Website:

https://allpartycycling.org/

No benefits in kind are on record for the Cycling and Walking APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Cycling and Walking APPG