The recently published Mayor’s Transport Strategy sets out a vision “to make London a city where people choose to walk and cycle more often by improving street environments, making it easier for everyone to get around on foot and by bike, and promoting the benefits of active travel.”
This vision aims to reduce traffic, pollution, and noise; and to create more attractive, accessible, and pedestrian-friendly streets for citizens. A more engaged, physically active society leads to a healthier people.
The plan includes a target that 80 percent of all Londoners’ trips will be made by foot, bike, or public transport by 2041. Achieving this goal will require a considerable shift in behaviour citywide.
This is where you come in! We want to open this challenge to the wider developer community to find innovative solutions to this key challenge. Through teamwork, TfL believes we can provide our audience with the best information, tools, and encouragement it needs, to help influence behavior toward more sustainable and active travel.
Ahead of the event, we encourage you to think about the challenges below and will provide you with the data concerning cycling, walking, air quality, weather, and roads.
Scroll to see the challenges further outlined below. More data on cycling, walking, air quality, weather, and roads will be provided at the event.