Data and learning: Active travel

Walking, cycling and multi-modal forms of active travel can significantly contribute to meeting the recommended levels of physical activity. This section explores some of the evidence in more detail.

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Three older adults walking and talking along a pavement, one is pushing a bike.

By GreaterSport

The latest Active Lives survey from Sport England has found that 58.6% of adults in Greater Manchester took part in all walking.

By Centre for Ageing Better

This report summarises the findings of our work on active travel and, for the first time, sets out the factors that govern active travel behaviours in people aged 50 to 70.

By GreaterSport

The Active Lives survey reveals that six in ten adults walk at least twice a month.

Three older adults walking and talking along a pavement, one is pushing a bike.

By GreaterSport

The latest Active Lives survey from Sport England has found that 54.9% of adults in Greater Manchester took part in all walking.

Three older adults walking and talking along a pavement, one is pushing a bike.

By GreaterSport

New research highlights the importance of having uncluttered streets to enable more people to walk.

By GreaterSport

Cycle planning and development needs to create equitable spaces and start designing cycling for everyone. This guide is a call for people making cycling decisions to ensure cycling in the UK is more inclusive.