The Department does not hold a detailed breakdown of funding for cycling and walking by Parliamentary constituency. However, the tables below provide a guide to the funding allocated to local bodies which may be spent within the Easington constituency.
North East Local Combined Authority
Sustainable Travel Transition Year (2016/17) – Go Smarter project which supported cycling and walking to workplaces, schools and colleges.
Access Fund – Walk to project which supports walking and cycling to workplaces, schools and colleges (2017-2020)*
*The North East Local Combined Authority is part of a joint bid led by Blackpool Borough Council and ten local bodies.
Bikeability (national cycling training) (2016/17-2017/18)
The North East Local Enterprise Partnership has allocated £10.4m from the Local Growth Fund to cycling and walking projects between 2016/17 and 2020/21. This is based on self-reported data received from the Local Enterprise Partnership.
Further funding may be allocated to projects within the Easington constituency from Highways England designated funds or though the Integrated Transport Block or Highways Maintenance Block allocated to Durham County Council.