The Vision

Healthy Streets and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Their is ample evidence demonstrating that Low Traffic Neighbourhoods lead to healthier, safer, more active and more social communities, increasing active travel and making walking and cycling safe, convenient and easy for all. Evidence shows that particularly once Low Traffic Neighbourhoods have had time to settle, local communities support them and more people choose to walk and cycle. There is also good evidence that pedestrians and cyclists spend more in local shops.


 School Streets

Benefits of Active Travel on Children's Health

BBC Podcast - 8 reasons why we should all walk more

The Guardian July 2019 - "It's a superpower": how walking makes us healthier, happier and brainier

Living Streets : 2018 Report on Active Children, Healthy Air & Safe Streets

Public Health England 2016 : Working Together to Promote Active Travel

NICE 2018 : Physical Activity & the Environment

The Guardian August 2017 : Why children who exercise become healthier adults

TfL Healthy Streets for London 2017

TfL Guide to Healthy Streets Indicators 2017

Tfl, Strategic Cycling Analysis 2017 

Delivering Southwark's Transport Plan 2016/17