Pushing Ahead is a partnership between Active Norfolk, AtoBetter, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Norfolk County Council, Norfolk Trails, Norwich City Council, and Think!Norfolk.
These partners are bringing together Department for Transport funding to promote walking and cycling, support active travel, and boost economic growth in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Find out more about the partners below:
Think!Norfolk is the name used by Norfolk’s Road Casualty Reduction partnership, which is committed to reducing the number and severity of casualties on Norfolk’s roads. The partnership is made up of representatives from Norfolk County Council, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Norfolk Constabulary, East of England Ambulance Service, NHS Trust, Safety Camera Partnership, and the Highways Agency.
University of East Anglia have a team that are overseeing the design and implementation of the Pushing Ahead evaluation. The evaluation will ensure the project is meeting its aims, and is utilising a range of tools and methods including questionnaires, interviews, and routine data collection, to capture key outcomes of Pushing Ahead.
The AtoBetter programme brings together communities and delivery partners to promote a range of travel choices that enable individuals to walk, cycle, use public transport or car share for more of their journeys. The programme is delivered in partnership by Mouchel and Norfolk County Council, and aims to create a community-led ethos where healthy, active and sustainable travel become the norm.
Active Norfolk is the County Sports Partnership for Norfolk, our mission is to make Norfolk an active, healthy and successful sporting county. Whether you are already active or just interested in getting involved in sport and physical activity, we can provide you with support, information and advice.
Norfolk Trails is part of Norfolk County Council, and is in charge of promoting and maintaining trails and routes across Norfolk. The network it manages includes long-distance trails such as the two National Trails, Peddar’s Way, the Norfolk Coast Path, and around 200 circular walks across Norfolk.