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

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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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