- Sustainable Travel
Sustainable Travel is about using different options to travel in Nottinghamshire and Broxtowe and reducing our dependence on the car. It is not being anti-car but using other forms of transport such as on foot, by bike, bus/coach, rail, tram, motorbike or car sharing.
The information on this page will help you to travel in a sustainable way with all the benefits of this such as reducing pollution and congestion on the road, improving your health, saving money and time.
Broxtowe Borough Cycle Map Available
If you would like a cycle map for Broxtowe Borough area either pick one up from the Council Offices Beeston, and Bramcote/Kimberley/Chilwell Leisure Centres or contact the Council and ask for Andrew Pooley and we will send a map to you. The 'Nottingham Cycle Map' is an interactive map showing the Gedling, Nottingham City and Broxtowe area cycling maps.
Plan Your Journey Using Public Transport
If you want to get anywhere in Nottinghamshire by public transport, the Triptime website will find your best journey options.
Information on the tram, timetable and live feeds.
Nottinghamshire Carshare Scheme
To find out more about car sharing, or to be put in touch with other car sharers, visit the NottinghamShare website.
Ridewise Cycle Centres In Broxtowe
Broxtowe Borough Council have two cycle centres which provide free weekly advice, training, group bike rides, free bike loans and information about routes and journey planning for residents living in Broxtowe. The cycle centres are run by Ridewise who are a Nottingham based charity, committed to providing practical solutions that make cycling an enjoyable and safe form of everyday transport. The cycle centres are in Beeston and Stapleford. For further information call Ridewise on 0115 9552288 (Cycle training to people who live outside of Broxtowe Borough Council will incur a cost but call for more details - group rides and advice is free)
The Big Wheel
The Big Wheel promote sustainable travel in Greater Nottingham and is all about getting around Greater Nottingham using the sustainable network of trams, trains, buses, walking and cycling. As well as helping you get from A to B, the Big Wheel offers a whole heap of other benefits for both residents and businesses such as journey planning, events, Dr Bike, travel advice and more.
Trails in Broxtowe
Visit the cycling page for more information and leaflets.
Nottingham Go Ultra Low
Information to be added shortly.