London is introducing a Walking Action Plan designed to get residents of the capital choosing walking as their primary mode of transport when possible. The plan will see London’s streets being designed to support walking as much as possible including new infrastructure, better signposting and maps, and more pedestrian crossings. The plan is supported by Public Health England (PHE) with the aim that Londoners will take an extra million walking trips every day by 2024. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan ...
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