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Healthy Streets coalition

We are a group of transport, health, road safety and environment campaigners who have come together because we understand that the same interventions are needed to achieve all our various goals.

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The coalition is committed to:

  • raising the profile of the data and the Scorecard
  • developing the Scorecard to improve it where possible
  • encouraging and supporting boroughs to implement five key ‘input’ measures.


The coalition has now grown to include the following organisations:

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London Living Streets, the campaigning arm in London of Living Streets, the national charity for everyday walking, was formed in 2016 to give London’s walking campaigners a single voice.

London Cycling Campaign, an 11,500-strong membership charity, making sure that everyone who cycles, or wants to cycle, has a voice in Greater London.

Sustrans, the national charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. The London team works to create a healthier and happier city where people choose to leave their car at home and walk or cycle instead.

CPRE London, the London branch of the national membership charity Campaign to Protect Rural England, campaigns to reduce traffic-related noise and car-dominant planning and make the city a better place for everyone.

RoadPeace, UK’s national charity for road crash victims, provides information and support and engages in evidence-based policy and campaigning to fight for justice and reduce road danger.

Mums for Lungs, a grassroots community organisation founded in 2017. Mums for Lungs groups campaign on local, London-wide and national air pollution issues from providing input to local air quality plans to lobbying Government on clean air legislation.

Future Transport London, a London organisation seeking to put people and the environment first in transport decisions, and to find sustainable transport solutions.

Coalition advisor:
Professor Rachel Aldred, School of Architecture and Cities, University of Westminster.
Rachel Aldred has published research on a range of active travel issues.

The London Boroughs Healthy Streets Scorecard coalition hope the scorecard helps boroughs to compare how well they are doing in relation to the indicators and to identify areas for future action in the short, medium and longer term. The scorecard will be published annually to establish how much progress is being made year-on-year.

You can contact any of the organisations involved in the project via their websites, simply click on their logo above.

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