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Mentions of the London Boroughs Healthy Streets Scorecard in the press

7 July 2022
‘Healthy Streets Scorecard 2022 – how did Camden and Haringey do?’
Katy Rodda, London Cycling Campaign, opinion piece in Ham&High

5 July 2022
Barking and Dagenham gets lowly ranking for ‘healthy streets’
Michael Cox, Barking & Dagenham Post

17 June 2022
Council Called Out Over Lack of School Streets
Jacob Phillips, Hammersmith Today

10 August 2021
Redbridge sees active travel funding halted after scrapping LTN scheme
Daniel Gayne and Victoria Munro, Ilford Recorder

1 August 2021
Buildings and transport biggest carbon emitters in Redbridge
Paul Donovan, East London and West Essex Guardian

13 July 2021
South East London boroughs ranked on ‘health’ of streets
Euan O’Byrne Mulligan, Newshopper

13 July 2021
Healthy street imbalance across capital
Deniz Huseyin, TransportXtra

13 July 2021
Merton named leading London borough for school streets
Monica Charsley, Wimbledon Times

8 July 2021
Interactive map: See all the LTNs in Islington and across London
André Langlois, Islington Gazette

8 July 2021
LTNs, cycle lanes and road safety: Boroughs scored on ‘health’ of streets
Sam Volpe, Ham and High – Hampstead Highgate Express

6 December 2020
Redbridge not doing enough to improve to air quality and road safety
Paul Donovan, East London and West Essex Guardian

16 November 2020
Merton has the biggest increase in school streets
Monica Charsley, Sutton & Croydon Guardian

12 November 2020
Traffic bans outside schools rise fourfold
Ben Webster, The Times

July 2020
Planning for a Modal Shift from Planning in London; July-September issue

20 October 2019
Pedestrian and cycle safety in Brent should be prioritised urge campaigners
Nathalie Raffray, Brent & Kilburn Times

16 July 2019
Campaign coalition launches London Boroughs Healthy Streets Scorecard
Hayley Everett, Cycling Industry News