Sustrans and the National Cycle Network
Promoting active travel for recreation, exercise and destinations.
Sustrans is a national sustainable transport charity that promotes walking, cycling and public transport for health, safety and environmental reasons. It has developed the National Cycle Network and the Connect2 project, which include routes within the Swansea area.
The cycle network is open to public access. Paid staff and volunteers from Sustrans and local cycling organisations may be able to accompany visits to local cycle tracks. Sustrans can also provide information to individuals, schools and community groups on cycling and other transport issues, including local cycle routes, and may be able to give talks.
The main cycle routes in Swansea pass many interesting historical, ecological and geographical features, including several other projects on the Swansea Sustainability Trail.
There are volunteer opportunities with this Trail project.
Location: National Cycle Network Route 4 (Swansea Bay Foreshore and North Gower) and Route 43 (Riverside Trail)
Main Contact: Fraser Arnot, Area Manager - South West Wales
Telephone: 07786 984063 / 02920 650602