Worcestershire County Council is committed to
developing an improved cycle network. We are currently working with
cycle route charity Sustrans to develop the National Cycle Network
Additionally links and spurs to the National Cycle Network and
other separate routes to workplaces, schools and leisure
attractions are also being developed.
NCN National Route 5 (West Midlands Cycle Route)
Existing: Redditch to Bromsgrove, Catshill,
Rubery and Birmingham
NCN National Route 41
Existing: Evesham to Beckford
Planned: Tewkesbury (Glos) to Beckford and Evesham to Stratford
NCN National Route 45
Existing: Twyning (Glos) to Bridgenorth
(Shrops) via Worcester, Droitwich, Stourport & Bewdley
Planned: Connection to Upton upon Severn
NCN National Route 46
Existing: Powick to Worcester (Pitchcroft) to
Planned: Droitwich to Bromsgrove, and Powick to Malvern and
NCN National Route 54
Existing: Stourport to Kidderminster
Planned: Kidderminster (Crossley retail park) to Stourbridge and
NCN National Route 442
Existing: Worcester to Pershore to Evesham
Planned: Evesham to Morton-in-Marsh to Oxford
NCN Regional Route 49
Existing: Stourport (Burlish Top) to
Kidderminster Town Centre
NCN Regional Route 55
Existing: Redditch to Kings Norton
For additional information on the National Cycle Network, please
go to the Sustrans website.
Cycling can certainly make you feel good about life. Whether
you want to improve your fitness, do a little something for the
environment or have a little fun with your family, pedal power can
really get you going.
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This page was last reviewed 18 February 2014 at 15:50.
The page is next due for review 17 August 2015.