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 - what next?
From Bank Junction to speed limits, find out about progress in the Square Mile.
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?
Transport For London (TfL) is proposing to make all of the roads it manages within the Congestion Charge Zone 20mph next year as part of the Mayor's Vision Zero commitment to eliminate death and serious injury on London's roads.
Living Streets is calling for legislation to set 20mph as the default speed limit in built-up areas.
We believe that the consultation and implementation plan TfL has devised are a great step forward for London.
The proposals will see 20mph limits introduced on 8.9km of main roads including Millbank, Albert Embankment, Victoria Embankment and Borough High Street, making the capital safer for walking and cycling.
TfL's consultation is now closed - thanks to more than 1,000 of you who contributed to our response
We are now awaiting the outcome of the consultation. Watch this space!
If a pedestrian is struck by a vehicle at 20mph they have a 97% chance of survival.
This percentage reduces as the speed rises.