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London’s boroughs awarded more than £63 million in funding to make streets healthier and safer for all

Nearly £39m allocated to outer London boroughs and more than £24m to inner London boroughs, as part of TfL’s Local Implementation Plan (LIP) funding.

Transport for London (TfL) has allocated more than £63m in funding for London’s boroughs in 2023/24, with more to follow in 2024/25, as they continue their vital work making the capital’s roads safer and more attractive for people using public transport, walking and cycling.

Healthy Streets investment in boroughs provides funding for local projects that support the Mayor’s Transport Strategy and local priorities. These include improved public transport, schemes that support the Mayor’s Vision Zero goal of eliminating death and serious injury from the transport network and opportunities for safe and active travel in local communities. TfL’s LIP allocation funding will support boroughs to deliver new cycle routes, school streets schemes, new or upgraded pedestrian crossings, bus priority schemes and 20mph speed limits on borough roads. Enabling more people to walk, cycle and access public transport is vital to a healthier and more sustainable city for all Londoners.

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