Model Cycling Plans / Policies

Doing the work of council officers or presenting a company with a reasonable plan or policy that they can adopt can be very effective. The policy can be as detailed or skeletal as your resources permit.

For more on incorporating cycling in local transport plans, see our advice on Cycling as a Local Solution

  • This could be a big task. Be realistic about its chance of success before embarking.
  • It is particularly important that this is done professionally and realistically. CTC and other national and regional cycling organisations can help with advice and information on many aspects of cycling.
  • Present the easiest and most popular proposals as top priority. Spend the first pound well so that the council or company receives positive feedback early on in a program.
  • Circulate your model and ask for comments.
  • Present it to relevant committees, managers, etc.
  • Publicise it widely. Use the process as an opportunity to clarify thinking in your organisation.

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