Building cycle networks for health and independence

Organised by West Sussex County Council in association with the West Sussex Cycle Forum

The 2019 Cycle Summit

  • Securing cycling improvements through the planning process
  • The Government’s aspirations for cycling and examples of best practice
  • Adur & Worthing’s journey in developing their LCWIP
  • Discussion session on how we can do things differently

The 2017 Cycle Summit

  • Why cycle networks are the key
  • Delivering a step-change in health and independence throughout life
  • The latest tools and techniques for producing a local network plan
  • Securing funding for your cycle network
  • Building the network using the most up-to-date design standards
  • What we can learn from the examples of successful authorities
  • Tapping into available expertise within WSCC, central government and the local forums

The 2016 Cycle Summit

  • The latest evidence on the wider economic and social benefits of investment in cycling
  • The key types of cycling infrastructure we need to overcome the main barrier to mass cycling
  • Building the business case: the tools and techniques, maximising funding opportunities
  • Rapid developments in engineering best practice, new guidance and regulations
  • Building on the example of successful authorities
  • Next steps working together to overcome barriers