Three Rivers Cycling Strategy

The District Council has developed and promoted its Cycling Strategy since 1981 with visible success in creating and improving the cycle routes it promotes across the Three Rivers District.

Recent projects include the upgrades to the Grand Union Canal towpath in partnership with other local authorities and the Canal and River Trust, and the South Way cycleway.

This towpath now provides a level traffic-free route connecting Croxley Green, West Watford, Hunton Bridge, Kings Langley and Nash Mills with a wider, well promoted route.

The South Way Cycleway connects the improved towpath with Abbots Langley, Leavesden and into Garston on a nearly traffic-free shared footway and bridleway.

TRDC Cycling Strategy 2003 (pdf)