An introductory guide to low traffic neighbourhood design

We've created this introductory design guide to outline the approach, tools and techniques needed to design a low traffic neighbourhood.

We hope it can be a useful reference for engineers, urban designers, planners, and anyone else interested in creating liveable cities and towns.

While the principles outlined should apply to most schemes, the detail will always be context-specific.

A great design is not enough to guarantee a successful low traffic neighbourhood, which will require complementary monitoring, community engagement and behaviour changes programmes.

Part 1: Making the case for a low traffic neighbourhood

Take a look at part one

Part 2: The scope of this guide

Head to section two

Part 4: Beyond the low traffic neighbourhood

Move on to part four

two women sitting on their bikes having a conversation in the street in a Low Traffic Neighbourhood in London

Part 5: A guide to the evidence around low traffic neighbourhoods

A handy reference list of existing research on low-traffic neighbourhoods to meet the evidence needs of any practitioners implementing them.

Read part five