how we are creating A walking nation,
One step at a time.

 

We want to create a walking nation where people of all generations enjoy the benefits that this simple act brings. And we want all our streets to be fit for walking.

Our work to bring walking back and local projects deliver real change to overcome barriers to walking and our ground breaking initiatives such as the Walk to School campaign encourage millions of people to walk.

Here you can see what we're doing across the nation and find out more about the ways we can get people walking.

Group taking part in street audit

10.05.2018

City of London Led Walks

18.07.2018

Led walks in Redbridge, east London

Young woman walking over zebra crossing

18.02.2016

Scotland can end Pavement Parking

Older ladies smiling

09.05.2018

Wythall Walking Friends

13.04.2018

Car Free Cardiff 2018

OUR PROJECTS

Walk to School

We have a big ambition: every child that can, walks to school.

A generation ago, 70% of us walked to school – now it’s less than half.

Find out about the ways Living Streets gets children walking more, the fab tools we provide for teachers and parents, and the research and campaigning work that all underpin our vision of a new walking generation.

Walk to School

Children crossing the road with their parents

Walkable Communities - Scotland

Living Streets Scotland is working to create safer, more inclusive, and more attractive streets and spaces for walking in com…

WOW

Our year-round walk to school challenge, now in its 20th year, rewards primary school pupils who walk to school at least once…

Walk to School Week

Our annual week long celebration of the walk to school took place 21-25 May - and it was FAB!

As a nation we are walking a third less today than we did 20 years ago. Within a couple of generations we’ve effectively engineered walking out of our lives.

find out more about where living streets stands.

 

Pavement Parking

Parking on pavements is a major concern for our supporters and the general public.

Air pollution

Walking is great for your health, but air pollution is putting the public at risk.

20mph

Our urban areas need more 20mph speed limits to create safer streets, and more vibrant communities where people live, work an…