Sustrans are conducting a survey on their network of cycle routes across the country:
Throughout 2018, Sustrans is undertaking a major review of the walking and cycling routes of the National Cycle Network .
Millions of families, commuters and tourists use the Network every year and as custodians and champions of the Network we’d love to hear the views of as many people as possible.
This survey should take you just 5-10 minutes to complete. Your responses will be used to inform the review and the future strategy for the Network.
The survey is available at: https://sustrans.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/national-cycle-network-review-survey
There are 3 key Sustrans routes in the area: NCN12 running North-South, NCN61 going from St Albans to Hertford (and sharing a route with NCN12 between Hatfield and WGC) and NCN57 running West from WGC to Harpenden & beyond.
A key question for me was: “What one change to the National Cycle Network near you would make you use it more?”
For me, that’s easy: “Filling in the gap in NCN57 to the West of Wheathampstead.”
Whatever your views, it’s worth spending 5 minutes to pass these on to Sustrans.