Imagine London as the world-leading walking city it ought to be.
People visiting, working and living in the city able to walk freely and safely and breathe fresh air.
Our campaign is about rethinking our spaces, designing them around people not motor vehicles.
There's a lot going on in London - find out what and how you can get involved.
Westminster's exciting new proposals - support them via the consultation.
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Mayor Sadiq Khan launches plan to make the capital "the world's most walkable city".
What next for plans to make the nation's most iconic shopping street safer, greener and more accessible?
Westminster City Council has unveiled ambitious plans to transform this busy area at the heart of London. As usual there is a consultation, and we and our London Local Group are urging campaigners to give the plans their broad support.
"We believe that this will be a wonderful location for future generations," the group says, "and we are pleased that the City of Westminster has taken this opportunity to create a people-friendly space and undertaken the removal of almost all vehicular traffic and access from the Strand East area.
"Our concerns are that firstly the plans do not include provision for a safe segregated cycle route around the Aldwych and secondly that the scheme should fit better with the Vision Zero approach to road safety and design neighbouring roads and streets to a 20mph speed limit."
The deadline for submissions is 13 March.
Below we share a final version of the London group's response for you to use for reference, but first here are some tips they suggest for inclusion in your response...