Sports clubs have a lot to gain from promoting walking and cycling routes and installing suitable assets such as cycle locking facilities, in particular a healthier fan-base and more active workforce and a reduction in noise pollution and improve air quality around sports venues.
Healthy Stadia’s Active Travel Guidance will help representatives from sports stadia involved in facilities management, operations and communications to work with local partners to develop and promote an active travel plan as part of an overall travel strategy.
The document contains step-by-step support, a template active travel plan and a host of links to expert resources for further information. Other key issues covered in the document include:
To assist clubs and stadium operators in the development of walking and cycling as a preferred mode of transport to and from stadia we have developed Active Travel Guidance available to download for free:
A number of clubs and stadium operators have also developed examples of good practice in the form of case studies which have been shared amongst the European Healthy Stadia Network.
Current case studies can be downloaded below, and we would be very happy to work with clubs and stadia to develop future case studies.
For more information please get in touch with the Healthy Stadia team using this form: