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If you have an interest in an aspect of transport, why not take part in a transport forum that we organise?  You might have a related profession, be part of a related interest group or just be someone with a keen interest.

These 3 forums are groups of people who meet regularly to discuss how to change travel for the better. 

Cycle Forum

The Cycle Forum discusses issues, shares information and makes recommendations about how cycling can be improved and promoted.

The Cycle Forum is now running online via Microsoft Teams and will be for the foreseeable future. 

Membership and attendance

Organisations invited to attend include those from the Health and Education sectors, cycle interest groups, transport operators and promoters, major trip-generators and potential partnership organisations.

Membership is limited to representatives of each of the invited organisations, at the discretion of the Chair (a maximum of two representatives per organisation and ratified by the Forum).

The first 15 minutes of each meeting are available for public questions and points o view. In addition, members of the public may attend as observers for the whole meeting. You can view and download our minutes from the recent meetings.

Walking Forum

The forum meets every other month to discuss how to encourage increased walking in Sheffield.  It organises the Sheffield Walking Festival that takes place in September.  It engages with the walking community about its needs and also reviews draft local policy/strategy that could impact on walking. If you are interested in taking part please contact us.

Transport 4 All

Transport 4 All is a city-wide pan-disability group of disabled transport users that meets quarterly with ourselves, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive and public transport operators in the city. 

The group advises on how to improve access to transport services for disabled people and move towards equal access. You can view and download our meeting minutes.

Contact Transport Planning Service