Due to the current UK Government restrictions aimed at reducing the spread of Coronavirus, cycle maintenance courses, Dr Bike, events and group rides have been postponed or cancelled until further notice. Cycle Skills training has recommenced. Sign up to the Cycle Enfield newsletter for updates on activities and see more information here. Our team is contactable at email@example.com or via Facebook or Twitter.
Take care of yourselves during this challenging time.
Future Walking and Cycling Routes
We are working to provide a well connected network of walking and cycling routes across Enfield.
Cycle Enfield aims to increase the number of journeys made in Enfield by walking and cycling. We are working to provide a connected network of walking and cycling routes, making it easier and safer for active travel journeys. Our approach involves exploring:
- Quick Wins projects: small to medium sized walking and cycling projects to improve accessibility and connectivity, and
- New routes: looking into the feasibility of potential new walking and cycling routes including cycleways, quietways and other secondary routes.
- Enfield Town Station to Broxbourne Walking and Cycling Route: Enfield Council are currently exploring the feasibility of a new walking and cycling link and conducting engagement with local stakeholders on early concept designs. This is at a very early stage, and at this time there is no funding secured for the delivery of this project. The proposed Enfield Town to Broxbourne Walking and Cycling Route is a link which would connect the neighbouring boroughs of Enfield and Broxbourne, from Enfield Town Station to Broxbourne. If funding is secured in the future and subject to various approvals, the scheme would form part of a major investment by Highways England to improve connectivity for people walking and cycling. A map of the proposed route can be found here. More information on the early stakeholder engagement can be found on the Let’s Talk Enfield site.
Share your ideas
We welcome the input from the Enfield community, and value the local experience, knowledge and understanding you have of your local area. If you have a suggestion for a Quick Win project or new route, add it to the one of the maps on the Let’s Talk Enfield site.
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