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Our campaigning in action

Living Streets at COP26

Living Streets hosted three events at COP26, shining a light on the part walking has to play in our response to the climate emergency. Watch…

Miles Better: access to the Scottish Parliame…

'Miles Better' examines the walk between the Scottish Parliament and Waverley Station in Edinburgh.

Big win on crossings

Our long campaign for more time to cross the road is finally heeded.

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Footways maps make walking and wheeling easy

Can you help us expand this project across the rest of the UK? With a new partnership with LNER, London Living Streets have put Footways fir…

Who are our streets for?

The recent announcements of changes to the Highway Code puts people walking and wheeling at the top of a new road user hierarchy making our…

Isabelle Clement with her thumb up, on a tricycle on a cycle and pedestrian path, surrounded by colourful graffiti.

Street clutter: a guide dog owner's story

Guide dog owner Penny Hefferan shares her experiences of navigating street clutter