Luton's cycle network continues to grow, adding to well established routes such as the National Cycle Network Route 6. In addition most of the residential streets are part of 20 mph zones where quieter routes can be followed by bike.
The new M1 Junction 10A has an off road shared use path to see cyclists and walkers safely across from London Road to the A1081 to Harpenden with a link into Capabillity Green Business Park.
The Busway from Luton town centre to Dunstable and Houghton Regis has an off road path for cyclists and walkers next to the route (not suitable for road bike tyres). This provides a link to the Luton and Dunstable Hospital and the Luton Town Football Club.
Town Centre improvements - cyclists can travel along Guildford Street which is now a quieter route with local traffic only. This includes an attractive new area with seating and cycle parking.
The new Inner Ring road by Luton Station from Huckleby Way to Hitchin Road has a shared use cycle and walkway along its full length.
There is also a new on road, signed, quieter route called the White Hill Way. This shows cyclists the way from the town centre to the Inspire Sports Village in Stopsley and onwards to the Borough Boundary on Putteridge Road where a public byway and bridleway can be followed across country towards Hitchin.