Tell us your ideas for walking and cycling

Cycle Enfield is about connecting the borough to make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle. We are currently seeking ideas for 'Quick Win' projects for walking and cycling infrastructure, as well as ideas for new walking and cycling routes.

Quick Wins

Maybe there is route that would benefit from a wayfinding sign? Or a barrier on a path that needs to be removed? Or an alleyway that could be resurfaced with a shared cycle lane and pedestrian path?

Some examples of Quick Win ideas for the borough are shown to the right of this page.

What are your ideas? Using the first map below, place your ideas using the pins and describe your Quick Win idea.

On 5 March 2019 a stakeholder workshop was held to identify Quick Win projects. The report of the workshop is available to download in the Document Library to the right of this page.

New Walking and Cycle Routes

Enfield Council are committed to creating a connected network of safe cycle routes throughout the borough. Our work to enable people to walk and cycle for short journeys addresses both the pressures on our road system as well as pressures on the NHS in tackling the effects of obesity. The Council believes it is essential that it provides the infrastructure to encourage people to cycle local trips safely. If the Council does not invest in new infrastructure, the borough’s roads will become more and more congested. By encouraging people to cycle more and drive less we hope to see a reduction in pollution from motor vehicles.

Our Active Travel Map (listed to the right of this page) shows where we already have plans to develop new cycle routes.

We would like to hear your ideas for future cycle routes in Enfield. To add your idea, place a pin on the second map below in the location where you would like to see a future cycle route. Please add as much detail as possible. As funding becomes available we will look into the ideas suggested on this map.

Cycle Enfield is about connecting the borough to make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle. We are currently seeking ideas for 'Quick Win' projects for walking and cycling infrastructure, as well as ideas for new walking and cycling routes.

Quick Wins

Maybe there is route that would benefit from a wayfinding sign? Or a barrier on a path that needs to be removed? Or an alleyway that could be resurfaced with a shared cycle lane and pedestrian path?

Some examples of Quick Win ideas for the borough are shown to the right of this page.

What are your ideas? Using the first map below, place your ideas using the pins and describe your Quick Win idea.

On 5 March 2019 a stakeholder workshop was held to identify Quick Win projects. The report of the workshop is available to download in the Document Library to the right of this page.

New Walking and Cycle Routes

Enfield Council are committed to creating a connected network of safe cycle routes throughout the borough. Our work to enable people to walk and cycle for short journeys addresses both the pressures on our road system as well as pressures on the NHS in tackling the effects of obesity. The Council believes it is essential that it provides the infrastructure to encourage people to cycle local trips safely. If the Council does not invest in new infrastructure, the borough’s roads will become more and more congested. By encouraging people to cycle more and drive less we hope to see a reduction in pollution from motor vehicles.

Our Active Travel Map (listed to the right of this page) shows where we already have plans to develop new cycle routes.

We would like to hear your ideas for future cycle routes in Enfield. To add your idea, place a pin on the second map below in the location where you would like to see a future cycle route. Please add as much detail as possible. As funding becomes available we will look into the ideas suggested on this map.

Quick Win Cycling and Walking Projects

almost 1 year

Help us identify some simple projects that would make your commute, walk to local destinations or bike ride more comfortable, enjoyable and safe.

Before using this map please take a look at the examples of Quick Wins we have shared. We are looking for small project ideas that may be implemented as funding becomes available.

Using the map, drag a pin to the location within the pink Enfield border for where you have an idea for a 'Quick Win' project. Your idea  and pin may be related to walking, cycling, public transport or 'other'. Once you have placed the pin...

Help us identify some simple projects that would make your commute, walk to local destinations or bike ride more comfortable, enjoyable and safe.

Before using this map please take a look at the examples of Quick Wins we have shared. We are looking for small project ideas that may be implemented as funding becomes available.

Using the map, drag a pin to the location within the pink Enfield border for where you have an idea for a 'Quick Win' project. Your idea  and pin may be related to walking, cycling, public transport or 'other'. Once you have placed the pin at the location, use the comment box to tell us about your idea.

If you agree with an idea that is already on the map, add it again to show your support for it.

Future walking and cycling routes

28 days

We would like to hear your ideas for future cycle routes in Enfield. To add your idea, drag a pin to the location within the pink Enfield border to the location where you would like to see a future cycle route. Please add as much detail as possible. As funding becomes available we will look into the ideas suggested on this map.

We would like to hear your ideas for future cycle routes in Enfield. To add your idea, drag a pin to the location within the pink Enfield border to the location where you would like to see a future cycle route. Please add as much detail as possible. As funding becomes available we will look into the ideas suggested on this map.