We are creating a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for Norfolk.
The purpose of the LCWIP is to enable increased levels of cycling, walking, and wheeling (using a wheelchair or mobility aid) across the county, helping to create a modern, well-connected transport network that gives people more alternatives to travelling by car.
Our LCWIP will play an important part in the delivery of our transport strategy for Norfolk. It will also support the Government’s ambition:
“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”.
Completed cycling and walking infrastructure plans
Completed cycling and walking infrastructure plans for locations in Norfolk include:
Next steps to completing the Norfolk plan
We have identified potential active travel networks for 20 towns in Norfolk. The aim is to enable people to choose walking, cycling or wheeling as an alternative to traveling by car for short journeys.
The LCWIP for Norfolk also includes proposals to increase connectivity between towns and rural communities. This will give people access to greenspace and link people in rural communities to the local central services, places of education, employment and training.
A period of public engagement for the Countywide Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan ended on the 13 July 2023 and the plan is expected to be completed in early 2024.
Local cycling and walking documents
Go to the Citizen Space website to:
- Download the ‘Norfolk Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan Summary’ (PDF)
- Download ‘Gear Change – a bold vision for cycling and walking’ (PDF)
- Download the ‘Cycle Infrastructure Design Guidance’ (PDF)
Go to the Citizen Space website