The Department for Transport (DfT) has called for evidence on ways to make cycling and walking safer. London Living Streets welcomes the review and strongly supports the Government’s ambition to increase cycling and walking.
Our response, accessed here, provides a range of recommendations. We will cover some of these in a series of blogs, starting with a summary here.
Continue reading “Response to the Government Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy: Safety Review”
More than half of council leaders in London pledged to create a high-quality “Liveable Neighbourhood” in the run-up to the local elections on 3rd May.
Members and supporters from London Cycling Campaign, London Living Streets and Living Streets asked main party leaders in all London boroughs to support a Liveable London.
Continue reading “Councils promise a more liveable London”
If you work, live, visit or pass through the City of London you have until Tuesday 3rd April to fill in the City Streets Survey. Remember to be bold in asking for a major reallocation of road space to pedestrians and cyclists, and closing many roads to through-traffic. Continue reading “City of London streets: what do you think?”