Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans

Norfolk County Council are working in partnership with local authorities to create a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for Norfolk.

The purpose of the plan is to create a proposed cycling and walking network across the county, and to identify and prioritise improvement schemes which can be delivered over the short, medium and long term. This will enable more people to consider cycling and walking as safe, direct and attractive forms of transport.

Cycling and walking infrastructure plans will play an important part in the delivery of our transport strategy for Norfolk and support the Government’s ambition for “Cycling and walking to be the natural first choice for many journeys with half of all journeys in towns and cities being cycled or walked by 2030”.

Current locations where cycling and walking infrastructure plans have already been completed in Norfolk include:

  • Greater Norwich
  • King's Lynn
  • Great Yarmouth

The completed Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure plans can be downloaded below. Our next step is to complete a county wide Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan for Norfolk.

This wider plan for Norfolk is being developed. It will take into account responses to a survey run in April and May this year. The survey invited residents and stakeholders to share their insights on current levels of cycling and walking within Norfolk and asked them to identify the places they would like to be better connected for journeys on foot or cycle.

Residents and stakeholders will have a further opportunity to review and comment on detailed proposals within the Norfolk Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan in Autumn 2022.

Download the Greater Norwich Local Cycling and Walking infrastructure plan

Download the Great Yarmouth Local Cycling and Walking infrastructure plan

Download the King's Lynn Local Cycling and Walking infrastructure plan

Norfolk cycling and walking plan

A short video explaining how you can help to shape the Norfolk cycling and walking plan

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