Making London a liveable city, a walking city, an inclusive city, a healthy city and a safer city

We are London Living Streets, volunteers from all boroughs of London, campaigning to transform our streets and public places to create a city that enables and inspires people to walk. We want a city that is open to everyone — not just car users — to enjoy.

Will Walking stay transport’s ‘poor relation’ in the wake of Covid-19?
Robert Molteno examines the risk that walking may continue to be overlooked as active travel is prioritised.

Walking @ Tea-Time – Online Launch Event Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:00 – 6:15 PM

Walking holds the key for London’s COVID-19 recovery: time for local authorities to act

The View from the Street – Katie Harrison makes a personal plea for living, breathing, streets

Rethinking our streets: urgent policy responses to Covid-19

Part of roadway coned off to give queuing shoppers space in Barnes

Transport for London publishes Strategic Walking Analysis

London Living Streets and Covid-19

Deserted New Bond Street

London Living Streets to host launch of TfL’s Strategic Walking Analysis and Planning for Walking Toolkit

Project update: Fairer Pedestrian Crossings

Conference report: Central London Walking Network

Recent news: Council policies to decarbonise London’s road transport

Recent blog: Introducing the Central London Walking Network

Watch our video to see the difference a low-traffic neighbourhood can make


London boroughs must act now to reduce emissions from transport. Here’s how.


New scorecard reveals gaps in London boroughs’ progress on healthy streets


Recent blog: Evaporating traffic? Impact of low-traffic neighbourhoods on main roads


Blog: London needs a transport revolution, not an electric one



Header image courtesy of Ciselle Fung, Flickr