Welcome to The Hub; the home for online cycling resources.
These pages are now hosted by The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport - CILT(UK) - as a free source of carefully selected guidance for anyone working to get more people cycling.
This site is currently being created with key resources from the former Cycling England website. Documents are available for download and the catalogue of reference material will be added to on a regular basis. Additional brand new material will also appear, ensuring that The Hub remains an invaluable source of guidance. These pages will continue the work of encouraging good practice and cycle-friendly infrastructure and planning. Visit us again soon to see some exciting new features.
Further information on The Hub can be obtained by contacting Daniel Parker-Klein, Transport Planning Policy Officer.
An editorial panel of experienced professionals and seasoned campaigners has been set up to oversee the development of The Hub. Over time, existing material will be refreshed and new peer-reviewed material will be added. The panel is co-ordinated by Tony Russell from Sustrans.
Click submit if you would like to send something to the editorial panel for consideration.
A new guide entitled Think Cycling! - based on a series of good practice case studies - has been produced by the Institute. This short guide demonstrates how to make effective, low-cost investment in cycling. View the guide here
Traffic Management Techniques for Cyclists (CPR1035): Report for DfT describing the outcome of a desktop study that investigates the techniques that are in common usage both in the UK and overseas for cyclist provision at traffic signals.
Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety, Summary Report (PPR640) & Technical Report (PPR639): results of a review of crashes in London involving cyclists and construction traffic, commissioned by TfL.
How We Can Get Britain Cycling Article based on the submission by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK to the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Inquiry: ‘Get Britain Cycling’
Transport Direct Cycle Planner