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TravelRight is being delivered by RideWise as part of Nottingham City Council’s successful Local Sustainable Transport Fund programme of activities. Below you will find more information about where our funding has come from and who we work closely with.


RideWise has been delivering sustainable transport products and services for well over ten years in Greater Nottingham. RideWise continue to achieve successful outcomes in health, sustainable transport, access and social cohesion. One of their key aims is to influence and deliver sustainable travel change in a wide range of local communities, from businesses to small neighbourhood groups. In doing this, communities will benefit economically and socially from increased accessibility to customers, work and learning, reduced cost, reduced congestion, improved environments, improved health & well-being and enhanced social cohesion. For more information please visit

The Big Wheel

The Big Wheel supports sustainable transport throughout Nottingham and the surrounding area.  They’re a close partner organisation to TravelRight and share it’s beliefs and aims in terms of reducing congestion, improving accessibility and reducing reliance on cars. For more information please visit

Nottingham City Council and the Local Sustainable Transport Fund

TravelRight is being delivered as part of the Nottingham Urban Area’s successful Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) programme of activities. The Nottingham Urban Area LSTF programme is a four-year partnership project, which has secured £16 million through the Department of Transport. The LSTF programme has been developed through joint partnership working by Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, Derbyshire County Council, the Greater Nottingham Transport Partnership, NHS Nottingham City and Sustrans. TravelRight is also supported by Gedling Borough Council and Broxtowe Borough Council. For more information about the LSTF, click here.

Nottingham has been named Transport City of the Year and Nottingham City Council the Transport Local Authority of the Year at the National Transport Awards 2012.