Active Transport

The NSW Government wants walking and bike riding, known as active transport, to be the preferred way to make short trips and a viable, safe and efficient option for longer trips.  We estimate that more than 1.5 billion walking and bike riding trips are taken per year across New South Wales. We want to double this number in 20 years.

Find out more about what Transport for NSW is doing to create walking and cycling opportunities in your community.
Active Transport Strategy

Active Transport Strategy

Our plan to guide planning, investment and priority actions for active transport across NSW.

Get NSW Active

This program provides local councils with funding for projects that create safe, easy and enjoyable walking and cycling trips. 

Strategic Cycleways Corridors

Identified for Eastern Harbour City, Central River City and Western Parkland City in Greater Sydney.

Guides and resources

Guidance on the design of roads and streets which aims to match form to function.

Customer journeys

Find out everything you need know to plan your walking and bike riding journey.

Road rules and safety

For pedestrians and bike riders, learn about the rules and how to stay safe.

Two women walking along Parramatta River boardwalk

Walking and bike riding projects

Learn more about where improvements are being made.

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