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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > August 2018 > London wants to be “world’s most walkable city”

London wants to be “world’s most walkable city”


Pedestrians cross the Millenium Bridge in London

London is targeting an extra million walking trips a day by 2024 as part of the UK capital’s first walking action plan, in which technology will play a major role. The city will invest £2.2 billion to redesign streets, install better signposting and maps, and add more pedestrian crossings.

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