National Cycle Route 20
National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It runs from Crawley in Sussex southwards to Brighton. In future, the route will also connect northwards to London starting alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth, and will duplicate National Cycle Route 21 between Redhill and Crawley. The northern section of the route between Wandsworth and Carshalton has already been completed. It follows the route of the Wandle Trail, and mainly runs on foot and cycle paths alongside the river.
- National Cycle Route 2 at Brighton, the end of the route.
- National Cycle Route 4 at Wandsworth, the start of the route.
- National Cycle Route 21 at Redhill and at Crawley.
- National Cycle Route 22 at Banstead.