Draft Mayor's Transport Strategy 2017

Have your say on the future of streets and public transport in London


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The Mayor’s Transport Strategy hopes to radically transform London’s transport network and deliver a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city for all.

The aim of the strategy is to make sure that walking, cycling and public transport are the preferred options in London. The strategy has three aims:

to improve health of streets
making the streets safer and more pleasant to use for pedestrians and cyclists;
elimination of on-street deaths and serious injuries;
introduction of Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ);
reduce freight traffic

a good public transport experience
making onward journeys the easiest choice
new technologies providing better travel information;
affordable fares;
better bus priority;
increased accessibility;
expanding public transport service
improve public transport links in outer London.

new homes and jobs
People should be able to live where many of the places they want to go to are within short distance and good public transport connections are available. Places should be planned around people rather than vehicles.

The draft strategy is available to comment on with the consultation ending on 2nd October 2017. It contains 20 tick box questions, each with room for comments so you can spend as little or as long as you wish on it.

Make sure you have your say in the Transport for London consultation

June 22, 2017

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