The Mayor’s Transport Strategy sets out the Mayor’s policies and proposals to reshape transport in London over the next 25 years.
It builds on the vision for a better London that the Mayor outlined in ‘A City for All Londoners’, and takes forward the approach set out in ‘Healthy Streets for London’.
The new draft transport strategy aims to change the way people choose to travel so that, by 2041, 80% of all Londoners’ trips will be made on foot, by cycle or by public transport.
This will be a significant change from today, when only 64% of journeys are made by these healthy, efficient and sustainable forms of transport.
Plans include developing new river crossings that prioritise walking, cycling and public transport to connect communities, such as the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf bridge and a DLR extension to Thamesmead.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, would like to hear your views on his draft transport strategy.
Click here for a summary of the draft transport strategy.
Click here for the online survey which will ask your opinion on the key parts of the strategy. Please complete this survey before midnight on Monday 2 October 2017.