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No ball games here | Policy
How UK streets have become no-go areas for our communities.
Backseat children | Policy
How our car dependent culture compromises safety on our streets.
State of our streets | Policy
How better street management policy and practice can help to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets
Overcoming barriers and identifying opportunities for everyday walking for disabled people | Policy
Almost three-quarters of disabled people take part in no sport or physical activity at all; twice that of non-disabled people. They are not only missing the health benefits. Walking outdoors also offers greater choice, control and independence to lead more fulfilling lives through access to jobs, services and family and social life. The crucial questions that need to be answered are: what are the barriers that disabled people face and how can they be overcome?
Review of pedestrian walking speeds | Policy
A review of pedestrian walking speeds and time needed to cross the road.
Sharing the Space | Policy
A study of four shared-use paths in London, March 2016.
The Streets are ours too | Policy
Addressing barriers to active school travel for young D/deaf and disabled people
Living Streets 20mph case study ACCESSIBLE.PDF | Policy
Review into TfL’s role in promoting better health in London | Policy
Health Committee review into TfL’s role in promoting better health in London
Increasing physical activity in a rural workplace setting | Policy
Porton Down - a case study of a multi-dimensional workplace intervention