Small steps, BIG outcomes! It’s Walk to School Week (17-21 May)

Are you taking part in this national five-day event challenges primary school children to walk to school every day for one week? It’s organised by Living Streets, the charity for everyday walking, and this year’s fabulous theme is ‘Super Powers’. Each day of the week, a different comic super hero will highlight how brilliant walking … Continue reading Small steps, BIG outcomes! It’s Walk to School Week (17-21 May)

Free bike and scooter storage for schools

Schools in Leeds are invited to express their interest in free cycle and scooter storage for pupils and staff.  We can pay for and install the following (see below for more). Scooter rackCycle shelterCycle compound If you’re interested, please email us on itb@leeds.gov.uk by 7 June 2021 and let us know what your needs are. … Continue reading Free bike and scooter storage for schools

Does your school know about the The Big Pedal (19-30 April)?

Do you know whether your child's class or school is taking part in The Sustrans Big Pedal, the largest schools’ cycling, walking, wheeling and scooting challenge in the UK? Schools compete to see how many pupils, staff and parents make ‘active journeys’. It’s all happening from 19-30 April, and there are brilliant prizes to be … Continue reading Does your school know about the The Big Pedal (19-30 April)?

Borrow an e-cargo bike

Leeds City Council is pioneering a new, free ‘try-before-you-buy’ electric cargo (‘e-cargo’) bike scheme for eco-friendly urban deliveries. Cllr Helen Hayden tries out the new Leeds City Council e-cargo trike. These pedal-assisted e-cargo bikes will allow businesses and other organisations in Leeds to carry larger, heavier loads with ease. They can ‘test the water’ and … Continue reading Borrow an e-cargo bike

Nazia shares her ‘back in the saddle’ cycle story for International Women’s Day 2021

When I was very young I lived in Amsterdam, known for its bike-friendly culture, I owned a beautiful red bicycle that took me on many mini adventures! Then, when I was a teenager, we moved to the UK where it was less culturally normal to travel on bikes, and it wasn’t common to see many … Continue reading Nazia shares her ‘back in the saddle’ cycle story for International Women’s Day 2021

Travel To Work Survey 2020 – results

This annual city-wide Travel To Work Survey explores the work-related travel habits of people in Leeds. We use it to spot trends and monitor changes, and we take the results into account when planning future work around safe and sustainable travel. We usually run this survey in spring. This year, though, we moved the timeframe … Continue reading Travel To Work Survey 2020 – results

Businesses: have your say on the draft Connecting Leeds Transport Strategy

The draft Connecting Leeds Transport Strategy is open for anyone to read and comment on. If you are a business or travel plan consultant, though, you may have particular expertise to share, and so we urge you take a look and let us know what you think. The draft strategy sets out the vision for … Continue reading Businesses: have your say on the draft Connecting Leeds Transport Strategy

‘Morning After’ drink-drive calculator

Alcohol and drugs – in any amount –  will mean you are 'under the influence' and will impair your ability to drive safely. This is not about legal limits or whether or not you'd fail a roadside breath or drug wipe test, how much food you've had, or what sex/age/weight you are etc. It's about … Continue reading ‘Morning After’ drink-drive calculator