Support for Walking, Wheeling and Cycling

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Support for Walking, Wheeling and Cycling

We know that we need to do more than simply change the road layout to support people to walk and cycle.

We know that we need to do more than simply change the road layout to support people to walk and cycle.

Other measures we have taken within the Tulse Hill LTN:

  • The following schools have signed up to our School Streets scheme : Christ Church Streatham C of E Primary School and Orchard Primary School (schemes currently on hold).
  • Pedestrian training delivered at Christchurch Streatham C of E Primary, The Orchard School, Holy Trinity C of E Primary, Elm Court School and Fenstanton Primary schools, providing children with the knowledge and skills needed for independent journeys to and from school
  • Road Danger Awareness Theatre delivered at Christchurch Streatham C of E Primary and Elm Court School, including a mix of online and in person theatre workshops delivered by actors, incorporating literacy and numerical skills to raise awareness around safe independent travel
  • Online behaviour change workshop delivered to Christchurch Streatham C of E Primary and Elm Court School while schools were shut during lockdown, raising awareness around the health and environmental benefits of active travel
  • Fenstanton Primary School is engaged in the Living Streets active travel incentive scheme, ‘Walk Once a Week’, encouraging increased walking to and from school
  • Numerous Dr Bike Sessions within the LTN, providing experienced mechanics and free bike services to those within or travelling through the area
  • Free cycle training is available to everyone that lives within the area and can be booked via Lambeth’s active travel page

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