The River Cycleway
A sustainable cycling and walking highway
The River Cycleway will deliver transportation and clean tech innovations for megacities situated on tidal rivers around the world.
Pioneers in sustainable urban river travel
The River Cycleway has the potential to address a number of priority issues confronting cities across the world. Our project seeks to tackle these systemic challenges by developing innovative floating cycling and walking pathways that will revolutionise urban mobility whilst helping offset carbon footprints by generating its own source of renewable energy.
What is the River Cycleway?
The River Cycleway is a state-of-the-art, traffic-free, floating bicycle and pedestrian pathway designed for London and other global cities.
Our green transport system allows commuters, city dwellers and visitors to enjoy the experience of walking and cycling on the Thames and other waterways.
By being faster, greener and safer than existing cycle paths, the River Cycleway will help kickstart a cycling revolution!
Support for the River Cycleway
"I find it inspiring to see that a female led collaborative vision is promoting the health of the planet, the health of communities and a human connection to our environment, our cities and each other above profit “at any cost” and succeeding in doing so."
- Nadine B. Hack, Top 100 Thought Leaders on Trustworthy Business Behaviour
“This project is an extraordinarily bold statement of confidence in our capital, that will open up opportunities to spread wealth further and wider than ever before.”
Tim Smit, Chairman Co-Founder of Eden Project Trust
“The River Cycleway is an inspirational project because the Thames has been London’s lifeline throughout history”
Peter Murray, Chairman of New London Architecture
“The years ahead will see a changing climate that will challenge our thinking and approach to every aspect of society. The River Cycleway and some of the spin-off thinking about how this technology could be used for community resilience and emergency response situations sparks a range of innovative opportunities”
Simon Moody, the London Area Manager of the Environment Agency