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How London Living Streets Group collaborated with TfL to look into the power of reducing crossing wait times.
Crossings campaigning in London
The campaigning behind the A-board ban in Edinburgh.
Reclaiming pavements for walking in Edinburgh
Our project with Phoenix Group volunteers employees helps tackle isolation amongst local over-65s.
Walking Friends in Wythall, West Mids
Living Streets and Vision Redbridge lead a series of gentle strolls for adults aged 65 and over.
Led walks in Redbridge, East London
Living Streets Scotland welcomes the publication of legislation for a national ban on footway parking.
The end of Pavement Parking in Scotland?
How a local business and a school came together to improve their neighbourhood.
Packmoor Primary and Woolcool, Stoke-on-Trent
We carefully selected 14 lovely sounding streets from the areas in-and-around where Living Streets delivers pr…
The most romantic street name in the UK
How running our walk to school challenge has boosted active travel across one UK county.
Why Oxfordshire Council runs WOW
Alloa pupils impress judges in a creative competition, as all Clackmannanshire schools start WOW.
Sunnyside Primary has the WOW factor
As a council moves offices, we are helping staff explore alternative modes of getting to the new workplace
Getting Durham Council mobile
Transport secretary, Chris Grayling, joins Surrey pupils in his constituency for Walk to School.
MP puts best foot forward in Surrey
Listen to participants' first-hand stories about walking and working with us in Sheffield.
Older adults' project in Sheffield
How one school 's commitment to walking to school with us culminated in a huge rise in walking rates.
Abbotswood Primary, South Glos
How one school 's commitment to walking to school with us culminated in a hugely successful Park & Stride sche…
Wansdyke Primary School, Bristol
Here's how we marked National Clean Air Day on 15 June in Birmingham, Leeds, London and Manchester.
National Clean Air Day 2014
Living Streets is supporting the London event on 5th June, launching its Quiet Ways routes across the city.
City of London's Healthy City Streets event
A headmaster explains the benefits of WOW and how schools can fund the programme though sports premium.
Percy Main Primary school in North Tyneside
Durham schools celebrate International Walk to School Month with Walk to School banner competition.
Durham students design Walk to School banners
We are pleased to see the Government's first-ever strategy for investing in walking.
Government funding secured
How Living Streets worked with a London school and its local council to close its street to traffic.
School road closure in Camden
RNIP members told us how a traffic-packed Oxford Street feels for people with visual impairment.
Oxford Street visit with RNIB
Living Streets staff have teamed up with the City of London to ask a favour of its drivers.
Tackling idling in London
Why the pedestrianisation of London's most iconic shopping street cannot come soon enough.
Pedestrianising Oxford Street
How one pupil's love of WOW has led to some serious walkability improvements in Hersham.
School street audit in Surrey