Join London Living Streets to launch TfL Strategic Walking Analysis and Planning for Walking Toolkit

It is clear that the benefits of walking are huge. Walking as part of regular travel is the best way to stay healthy. Switching from motorised travel to walking reduces road danger, air pollution and noise. If more people walk and consequently fewer drive, the result is streets and neighbourhoods that are more pleasant and …

What London Living Streets is doing to improve London’s pedestrian crossings

Currently, we are focussing on: Investigating the 239 Signalised Crossings with no pedestrian facilities: With a view to selecting those where pedestrian facilities really ought to exist. Once these priority locations have been identified, we will press relevant TfL Officers to consider the case for installing pedestrian crossings at these locations on the TLRN roads. …

London Living Streets investigation of pedestrians’ experience of using signalised crossings

We have all experienced the frustration of waiting for what often feels like a long time at a signalised crossing before the lights change and the Green man comes on and lets us across.  As noted above, this causes frustration, deters people from walking and can lead people to take risks by crossing against the motor traffic.   …