D2N2 Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)
The Government published its Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) in 2017. Following this, the Department for Transport (DfT) encouraged all highway authorities to develop a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP).
Nottinghamshire County Council has been working in partnership with Derby City Council, Derbyshire County Council and Nottingham City Council to develop a D2N2 Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan.
The D2N2 LCWIP is a long-term approach to developing comprehensive local cycling and walking networks across the D2N2 area. The plan identifies a prioritised list of cycling and walking improvements for future delivery in the short, medium and long term (up to 15 years).
The D2N2 LCWIP is evidence led and uses a detailed technical analysis tool to help identify, evaluate and prioritise potential cycle route improvements across the whole of Nottinghamshire (and the D2N2 area), in a consistent way.
Public engagement on the D2N2 LCWIP document and proposed prioritised strategic network/corridors took place from 15 December 2022 until 8 March 2023. Following comments, the LCWIP document will be reviewed accordingly and will continue to evolve and develop over time.
The Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) is a live document, therefore the programmes are subject to review and will be updated when schemes are delivered, new sources of funding become available and as new revised data sources and assessment methodologies become available.