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London’s boroughs on the frontline to deliver Khan’s traffic reduction goal

Transport for London has sent boroughs new draft guidance to help them prepare their next Local Implementation Plans.

Andrew Forster
07 July 2017
Mode shares for travel within and between central, inner and outer London (Source: TfL)
Mode shares for travel within and between central, inner and outer London (Source: TfL)


Actions to cut vehicular traffic must feature prominently in the next local implementation plans (LIPs) prepared by London boroughs, says draft guidance just issued by Transport for London. The LIPs must support London mayor Sadiq Khan’s draft transport strategy, the central objective of which is to reduce the share of passenger trips by car/taxi/private hire vehicle in the capital from 36% today to just 20% in 2041, with the share by foot, cycle and public transport rising from 64 to 80%...

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