There are a wide range of active travel issues, concerns and projects happening across the county. Take a look below to learn more about local issues in each place, and how you can get involved.
Abingdon is a large town in South Oxfordshire with a population of circa 40,000.
CoHSAT supports the work of Abingdon Liveable Streets, a coalition which has recently formed in the area.
Banbury is the second largest settlement in the county and home to over 50,000. It sits within Cherwell District.
Recently, CoHSAT supported the development of Banbury Active Travel Service, a group initiated by Banbury CAG.
Bicester is a large town in Cherwell District, home to over 32,000 residents.
CoHSAT supports the work of Bicester BUG who have been championing active travel in Bicester in recent years.
Faringdon is a market town of approx. 8,000 people in Vale of White Horse District.
CoHSAT has supported the local Farcycles group, who are now looking to develop a walking and cycling plan.
Oxford City is home to over 160,000 residents, and the base for many of CoHSAT’s member organisation.
CoHSAT projects have explored initiatives in the City Centre, Jerico, Cowley, Florence Park and North Oxford.
Approximately 20,000 people live in Wantage and nearby Grove, both in Vale of White Horse District.
In 2020, CoHSAT supported the development of a new group, Wantage Active Travel.
Witney is a market town on the River Windrush in West Oxfordshire, and home to approx. 30,000 people.
CoHSAT supports the work of Windrush Bike Project, and looks forward to the outcomes of recent discussions to create a new active travel group in the town soon.