The cycling delivery plan is the government’s 10 year strategy on how they plan to increase cycling and walking across England.
It includes an ambition to double cycling levels by 2025 and increase the percentage of school children aged 5-10 years walking to school to 55% by 2025.
The delivery plan includes a number of actions to meet these targets including, plans for infrastructure developments, cycle-proofing roads and wider transport infrastructure, and for facilitating behaviour change across the country by promoting cycling and walking as alternative sustainable travel modes. A draft version of the delivery plan has been published for informal consultation.
Email responses to: Walking.Cycling@dft.gsi.gov.uk
FYI: The above has been heavily criticised by lobby groups as being painfully light on allocating resources and mechanisms to achieve the targets it aspires to meet.