Creating ‘Human streets’ means thinking about what our streets need to be in an growing city that will soon hit 10 million Londoners. It means thinking of streets as destinations not thoroughfares and designing for all Londoners.
Delivering the changes that London needs will take strong political leadership grounded in a fiercely objective view of London’s great opportunities and challenges going forward.
This site offers commentary and ideas about how streets and plans for our streets can be made better for everyone especially those who travel by bike and foot.
Andrew Gilligan – was London’s Cycling Commissioner from 2013 – 2016 and instrumental in building of the groundbreaking North-South, East-West Cycle Superhighways as well as the Mini-Holland schemes. When not thinking about improving London’s streets, Andrew is a Senior Correspondent at The Sunday Times.
Chris Kenyon – works in technology and lives in London. Chris co-founded Cycling Works London in 2004 to give voice to the huge business support for cycling in London. Securing CEO level support from over 180 major businesses including Unilever, Orange, Microsoft, the Globe theatre, English National Opera for the E-W, N-W Cycle Superhighways that opened in 2016.
Danny Williams – Danny works in the city in financial information. In his spare time, he is a prolific and respected commentator on travel issues in the City of London via his blog, Cyclists in the City.
Photos – Thanks to Evo Lucas,@veloevol for allowing us to use his cycling photos.