How changes to street infrastructure can change travel behaviour

Streets that invite people to walk more will help us tackle the climate emergency, increase activity levels, a…

29.11.2021

Being inclusive – how we’re listening and rethinking

We want to make our streets more accessible and attractive for everyone.

23.11.2021

COP26 Reflections on Transport Decarbonisation

Following COP26, Susan Claris, Vice President at Living Streets & Associate Director at Arup, reflects on tran…

19.11.2021

A parklet brings joy to a street

Parklets can transform our streets, but there are risks involved in setting one up.

10.11.2021

COP26 Cutting Carbon Emissions

A closer look at our 'Women leaders across the globe transforming street design' event, taking place at COP26…

29.10.2021

Our Voice, Our Streets

Croydon Living Streets has been working with girls and non-binary young people, who often feel excluded from p…

29.09.2021

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 r…

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

20.09.2021

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…

20.09.2021

Responding to Wales' 20mph consultation

Rhiannon Hardiman, Manager for Living Streets Cymru, provides some detailed tips on how to respond to the Wels…

11.08.2021