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New active travel plans for London boroughs

Eyes Up, Slow Down, Cross Safely

London’s boroughs have been awarded more than £63 million in funding to continue their ‘vital’ work making the Capital’s roads safer and more attractive for people using public transport, walking and cycling. The funding, which comes through TfL’s Local Implementation Plan (LIP), will support the boroughs to deliver new cycle routes, school streets schemes, new or upgraded pedestrian crossings, bus priority schemes and 20mph speed limits.

The funding is for the next financial year (2023/24) and will see nearly £39m allocated to outer London boroughs, including £4m to Barking and Dagenham, £1.8m to Hounslow, £2.5m to Hillingdon and nearly £2m to Sutton. A total of £24m has also been allocated to inner London boroughs, including nearly £1.9m to Islington and nearly £2.3m to Newham.

TfL says confirming this funding means that the boroughs now have certainty and can look to progress their plans as efficiently as possible.

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