Inherited from the Movement for Liveable London, Sustrans has been leading the organisation and management of Street Talks since 2017.
Street Talks are an opportunity for anyone with an interest in travel and public spaces in London to meet with others involved in cycling, walking, architecture and design to explore and discuss insights, best practice and plans.
Who can take part?
The events are open to everyone; professionals, commentators, campaigners and individuals.
Each event includes guest speakers and gives the opportunity for collaborative thinking and sharing.
A full back catalogue of Street Talks up to 2016 can be found on the Movement for Liveable London website.
Go to the next Street Talks event
Our next Street Talks is being held on 5th March 2020 on the topic: “Does the way we travel strengthen or divide communities?”
You can find more details about the event and how to register on Eventbrite.
Street Talks Videos
Watch more Street Talks videos on our YouTube channel.
See this short video of the November 2019 #streettalks on
“Are London’s streets for everyone?” The expert panel discussing who is welcome and safe on London’s streets, who is excluded, and what can be done to improve the situation:
Gergely Raccuja, Strategic Consultant at Amey, and winner of the 2017 Wolfson Prize presents at Sustrans #StreetTalks event 23 January 2018.
London’s Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross CBE and London's Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman at #StreetTalks 22 February 2017.
London's Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman, speaks at #StreetTalks 22 February 2017.
London’s Deputy Mayor for Transport, Val Shawcross CBE, presents the Mayor’s vision for ‘Healthy Streets’ London at #StreetTalks 22 February 2017.