Public consultation has now started on the City of Cardiff Council’s 15-year vision to improve cycling and walking routes across the city, with an Integrated Network Map for walking and cycling. This will meet the requirements of the Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013 to plan for the provision of routes and improvements for active travel.
Integrated Network Map for Walking
The Overview Drawing (1mb PDF)Link opens in a new window shows the location of road safety and school safety improvements which are proposed to be undertaken over the next 15 years.
10 walking networks have been identified in the following locations, which feature prioritised pedestrian road safety schemes. These networks have been assessed to identify additional measures to improve the attractiveness, comfort, directness, safety and coherence of the routes.
Integrated Network Map for Cycling
The Overview Drawing (1mb PDF)Link opens in a new window sets out a proposed network of cycle routes linking existing communities and strategic development sites with key destinations across the city. These routes include:
- Existing off road routes and signed on road routes
- Routes defined in the Strategic Cycle Network (Enfys) Plan 2011 which are in development or yet to be completed
- Additional routes required to address missing links and improve connectivity across the city
Two primary route corridors are proposed to connect strategic development sites with existing communities and major destinations and provide continuous route corridors that provide the right conditions for all ages and abilities cycling.
The wider network has also been assessed to identify additional measures to address missing links and improve the cohesion, directness, safety, comfort and attractiveness of the routes.
- Canton, Grangetown & Butetown (2.1mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Fairwater, Caerau, Ely & St Fagans (2.3mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Llandaff North, Llandaff, Radyr & Whitchurch (2.9mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Llanishen, Lisvane, Cyncoed, Heath & Rhiwbina (4.11mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Llanrumney, Rumney, Pentwyn, St Mellons & Trowbridge (3.6mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Penylan, Plasnewydd, Splott & Adamsdown (2.4mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
- Riverside, Cathays & Gabalfa (1.9mb PDF)Link opens in a new window
Existing Route Map
Cardiff’s first Existing Route Map, showing routes for walking and cycling which meet Welsh Government standards, was approved by Welsh Government in 2016.
No changes are proposed to be made to the approved Existing Route Map in 2017, which can be downloaded below:
How do I get involved?
Download the consultation form (16kb DOC)Link opens in a new window and email send it to email@example.com
If you are providing comments on specific routes or schemes, please provide location details and scheme reference numbers.
We will be running consultation events during February and March where you can view the proposals and have your say.
- Tuesday 7th February 2017, 6pm-7pm, Grangetown Hyb
- Thursday 23rd February, 6pm-8pm, Room C, City Hall, consultation event with Cardiff Cycle City.
- Saturday 11th March, 10.30am-3pm, The Old Library, The Hayes.
Public consultation has now started on the Cardiff Cycling Strategy 2016-2026.
The consultation closes on Tuesday 28th March 2017.
What happens next?
Consultation responses will be reviewed in detail and amendments made the Integrated Network Map where required.
The Integrated Network Map will be submitted to Welsh Government for approval in the Autumn.