The programme supports the aims of the Mayor's Transport Strategy by funding local schemes to reduce car trips and improve neighbourhoods for walking, cycling and public transport.
Grants of between £1m and £10m will be provided for a wide range of community-supported projects. These could include creating green spaces and cycling infrastructure and redesigning junctions. The programme can also fund the widening of walking routes to improve access to local shops, businesses and public transport.
The Liveable Neighbourhoods programme will continue until 2021/22 and boroughs can submit bids at any time. The winning bids for 2018/19 were announced in February 2019. The closing date for bids in the 2019/20 funding round will be announced later in 2019.
The Mayor's Transport Strategy sets out a long-term ambition to transform the Capital's transport network and provide a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city for all Londoners.
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