On the 22 July 2019 Sutton Council declared a climate and ecological emergency.

LB Sutton : Climate

Note these initial target dates below now all in the past!

The targets | Cleaner Air

By March 2022, 48% of journeys in Sutton will be made by walking, cycling or public transport, rising to 63% by 2041.

By March 2022, 36% of people will be doing 20 minutes of active travel a day, rising to 70% by 2041. 

By December 2021, 24% of Sutton’s population will be within 400m of the strategic cycle network, rising to 37% by 2041. 

LB Sutton : What is the Council doing?

☝️ Sutton’s Sustainable Transport Strategy 2020-2025 adopted 22 November 2021 (see our Publications page). Further the Mayor pledged to get London to zero carbon by 2030 : support #ClimateSafeStreets

One to watch!

Welcome to Get Sutton Cycling, campaigning as part of the London Cycling Campaign in Sutton since 2014.

Get Sutton Cycling represents the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) within our borough. We are one of around 30 such groups across London. Our primary focus in recent years has been on improving infrastructure in Sutton, with the ambition to take forward, and build on, the 2014 Space for Cycling campaign (see our post about this here).

In 2016, we promoted Sign for Cycling.

Two years later, following the 2018 My Liveable London campaign, 55% of elected leaders across London agreed to submit a high-quality Liveable Neighbourhoods bid.

In 2019 our borough submitted that Liveable Neighbourhoods bid (focused on Sutton town centre) where an additional investment in our borough of around £6m was hoped for.

Covid-19 changed everything, then there was Streetspace for London and the government’s walking and cycling plan for England.

Approaching the May 2022 local elections we are calling for Sutton Council leaders to make our #ClimateSafeStreets pledge.

See our About page for more.

Slide from Sutton Cycle Summit 2014

This early post from July 2014 sets out a lot of the Ward asks we are still waiting for!

More slides from that earlier post below, this is what @cyclinginsutton (our Twitter handle) looks like.

A photo of London Road, Hackbridge. How highly would this cycling facility be rated against the Mayor of London's cycling vision?
A photo of Park Lane. The question is posed: Could "light segregation" work here?
Worcester Road, Sutton. The question is posed? What are the challenges associated with removing through motor traffic?
A view of the existing cycle path on Oldfield Road. The question is posed: how would challenges at the traffic intersections be overcome?
View of Sutton Common Road. The question is posed: what's the best way to provide protected space for cycling here?
Photo of part of the existing cycle lane in Park Lane / Boundary Road
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