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Walking and Cycling: Where and How?

Where can you walk, cycle and ride your horse in West Berkshire

Rural Map
For information on walking groups, programmes and opportunities in and around West Berkshire please visit the pages below.
Pedestrians and crossings
Pedestrian injury is the greatest cause of accidental death of children in Great Britain. We aim to reduce casualties through education by providing advice, literature and training to give both adults and children the skills they need to stay safe. We promote 'Walk to School Week' and work with schools to provide 'Walking Buses' for pupils.
Cross Field Footpath
The Rights of Way Team aims to manage its rights of way network efficiently and effectively so that it can be used by local people and visitors in the enjoyment of the countryside of West Berkshire.
Walking to School
The West Berkshire Transport Policy team support schools in several projects and initiatives that promote sustainable travel to school.
Cyclists in West Berkshire
West Berkshire Council encourages people of all ages to cycle and the Traffic and Road Safety Team provides advice and resources on how to ride safely. We also operate various cycle training courses for young people in schools and during holidays.
We provide advice and resources for a range of road safety issues relevant to Drivers, Motorcyclists and Horse Riders. We also work with Local Business Managers in order to advise on the management of Work Related Road Safety.




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