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Cycling and walking engagement survey

We’ll soon be drafting a Cycling and Walking Strategy for Leicestershire, which will help us to support people across the county to make more sustainable travel choices to help the environment and improve health and wellbeing.

This consultation runs from 27 January - 14 March 2021.

We're asking for your help to put the strategy together. We want to find out how you usually travel and what, if any, barriers you face which stop you making more of your journeys on foot, wheelchair, mobility scooter or by cycle.

Have your say

We have created a short survey to capture your views on what we can do to make it easier for you to cycle in Leicestershire and would be very grateful if you could please spare a few minutes to complete it: 

Complete the survey online

Your views will be used to develop the Cycling and Walking Strategy, which is due to be published in summer 2021.

Thank you very much for your help.

Alternative format

Please get in touch with us if you require any materials in alternative format. You can do this:

By email or telephone

Telephone: 0116 305 0002

By post

Cycling and Walking Strategy
Strategy and Policy Team (Room 700)
Leicestershire County Council

Return your alternative format survey to:


Interested in walking and cycling in the Melton area?

The county council is also asking for people's views on a major transport plan for Melton Mowbray, including proposals to improve the walking and cycling network.

A six-week engagement exercise has now launched on the interim Melton Mowbray Transport Strategy (MMTS), and we're encouraging people to have their say by 7 March 2021.

To find out more, and to have your say, visit: Melton Mowbray Transport Strategy.

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