11–12 May 2017

National Science and Media Museum

Department for Transport
Department for Transport Sustrans

Sponsors and supporters of Cycle City Active City Bradford

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council nextbike

City Of Bradford

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nextbike began in 2004 with 20 bikes in Leipzig, Germany and are now the leading producers and operators of bike sharing systems around the world. With over 35,000 bikes and presence in over 120 cities across 23 countries, no other public bike sharing system, can provide a larger international network of rental bikes. With the experience and know how, we have supported 100’s of cities and organisations in planning bike share systems, which are tailor made to meet their needs in a cost-effective way.

In our 2-year presence in the UK market, we’ve launched 7 successful schemes and operate almost 2,000 bicycles, with many more in the pipeline. In June 16, we saw our 250,000th rental since the launch of our first scheme in Bath in June 2014. Next to Bath residents and visitors of Glasgow, Stirling, Belfast, University of Warwick and Milton Keynes can now enjoy the cycling revolution. In October 2016, nextbike partnered with Co-Bikes, and Exeter saw the launch of the first ever 24-hour electric bike share scheme in the UK.

Nextbike has a proven track record in delivering high profile schemes in partnership with blue-chip brands including Coca Cola and Santander Personal Banking. This, combined with more than a decade of expertise across borders, enables us to position these companies as ecologically clean and sustainable.

The nextbike network is growing faster than ever and we are always looking for new cities to work in.  If we are not yet in a city that you would like us to reach, please get in contact to discuss this option.

Please visit www.nextbike.co.uk



Full range of consultancy services relating to the planning, design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of Active Travel projects.

AECOM is proud to once again be headline sponsor of the annual Cycle City Active City conference. With offices throughout the UK we work with our clients and local communities to plan, design and deliver active travel infrastructure that helps to connect communities, improve public health, protect the environment and boost local economies. Drawing on national expertise and local knowledge, we help our clients at every stage of their project, from persuasive funding applications through to the design and delivery of effective, innovative cycle schemes. We develop policies and strategies; provide consultation and programme management support; and help promote and evaluate the benefits of cycling infrastructure.

Our project experience includes helping to secure significant Cycle City Ambition Grant funding in West Yorkshire; planning an active travel network in Dublin and in Wolverhampton; design and delivery of step change cycling infrastructure in Dublin, Newcastle and Greater Manchester and the next generation east-west and north-south cycle superhighway schemes in London; promotion of cycling as part of Tyne and Wear’s Go Smarter Programme; and outcomes monitoring of Centro’s cycling engagement programme.



Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle.

We are engineers and educators, experts and advocates. We connect people and places, create liveable neighbourhoods, transform the school run and deliver a happier, healthier commute.

Sustrans works in partnership, bringing people together to find the right solutions. We make the case for walking and cycling by using robust evidence and showing what can be done. We are grounded in communities and believe that grassroots support combined with political leadership drives real change, fast.

Whether you are a local authority commissioner focused on keeping people moving to support economic growth, or a health trust professional prioritising increasing people’s physical activity levels, you face the challenge of delivering more with less.

We use our skills in behaviour change, community engagement and changing the built environment to work with you to:

•    Connect people and places
•    Create liveable neighbourhoods
•    Transform the school run and commutes



Department for Transport

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City Connect

CityConnect is funded by the Department for Transport’s Cycle City Ambition Grant – money ring-fenced for cycling and active travel improvements. The West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Local Authority partners made a successful bid for £60 million of funding, through two phases which are due to be completed in 2018.

CityConnect aims to:

  • Make cycling a natural and popular choice for short journeys
  • Make cycling accessible to everyone
  • Improve access to employment, skills and education
  • Reduce CO2 and improve local air quality
  • Create a safe environment for walking and cycling

To achieve this both infrastructure and activity based projects are taking place across Leeds, York, Bradford, Wakefield and Huddersfield Centres and along the region’s canal towpaths, which provide key connections between local towns. You can find out more about all of the individual projects taking place on our Projects page.

Working with businesses, schools and communities to make active travel the easiest and most attractive option for getting around and to realise the vision of ‘more people cycling and walking more often’

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