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TravelRight is part of the charity, The Sustainable Travel Collective. 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 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.

Partners in the community

We have close working relationships with the following departments, community groups and individuals, who we owe a great gratitude to and value their continuing input on a daily basis.

In no particular order: Nottingham City Council’s various departments (Neighbourhood Management, Public Transport, Transport Strategy, Sports and Leisure, Families & Communities, Decade of Better Health), Bulwell Riverside centre management, Bulwell Riverside library, Education Improvement Partnerships, Job Centre Plus, Nottingham Contemporary, NCT, Nottingham Tramlinks, BEST (Broxtowe Education, Skills & Training), Bulwell Forest Action Group, ChangeMakers, Nottingham City Homes, The Bike Club (EVE Trade CiC), local CPSOs and CPOs, Aspley Lane and Bells Lane Partnership, Bestwood Partnership, Chris Easton and Bestwood Community Matters, Friends of Bulwell Bogs, Friends of Bulwell Hall Park, many community centres and Tenants and Residents Associations.

We hope we’ve not forgotten anyone, let us know if you think we have.