Our manifesto for London 2024

Towards a healthy, community-focused London

We're calling for London Mayoral candidates to put walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for a fairer, healthier future for the capital.

Our manifesto for London 2024

We think that all Londoners should live in a city where our streets and public spaces serve everyone.

Download our full manifesto for the 2024 London elections.

Our goal is for future generations to look back at this period in London’s history and recognise that our politicians delivered bold, ambitious policies that created an excellent quality of life.

We hope that these policies will inspire other cities around the world to follow suit.

It’s time for our politicians to step up to the challenge.

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We are calling on candidates for Mayor of London to create healthier streets with community at their heart. Just 40% of Londoners walk, wheel or cycle for 20 minutes a day. At a time of huge pressure on the NHS, we urgently need public health interventions to help keep us healthy. We hope candidates step up to the challenge. Blockquote quotation marks
Ollie More, Sustrans London Partnerships Manager

We urge all candidates running for Mayor of London in May 2024 to prioritise tackling health and transport inequities in their plans for the city.  


Our manifesto proposals for London

Our manifesto outlines seven proposals that can positively transform our health, economy, and communities in London.

We recommend that candidates commit to delivering these proposals over the next four years, in addition to the measures already planned for London.

These measures include walking and wheeling improvements, expansion of the Cycleway Network, cleaning up of London’s air, traffic reduction measures, and the ambition to eliminate road deaths and serious injuries.


What you can do

Want to help make fairer streets and better lives in London?

Get in touch with your preferred candidate and ask them to commit to putting walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for the city.

You can email them. You can Tweet, Instagram or Facebook them. And you can comment on their YouTube videos. It all counts.


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