The final Mayor's Transport Strategy was published by the Mayor on 13 March 2018. It incorporates revisions following our public consultation.
The strategy uses the Healthy Streets Approach. This makes health and personal experience the priority as we plan our city.
The Healthy Streets Approach will be applied to the whole transport system to help create:
The Mayor's Transport Strategy looks ahead two decades and cuts across all forms of transport in London. To implement the strategy's proposals successfully, we will need to:
Delivery and actions plans are being developed which include more detail about how the Mayor and TfL will achieve the Mayor's Transport Strategy proposals. These will include new actions and initiatives that are in line with the policies of the strategy.
The first of these plans, the Walking action plan, is aimed at making London the world's most walkable city, with a target to increase the number of walking trips by more than one million a day by 2024.
The actions in the plan will enable more people to walk part or all of their journey and improve the experience of walking.
The aim of Vision Zero is to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries on London's transport system. This plan focuses on the area where our greatest challenges lie - London's streets.
The actions in the plan will reduce road danger for everyone and create streets safe for walking and cycling.
Evidence showing how speed reduction measures affect air quality and health is on the Transport & health page.
This plan aims to make the Capital a place where cycling is an accessible and inclusive way of getting around, so everyone can share the benefits.
The actions in the plan will enable more Londoners to make cycling part of their everyday travel by breaking down the main, evidence-based barriers to cycling in London.
Several documents and reports went into the Mayor's Transport Strategy. These includes the:
Progress will be reported annually in the Travel in London report.