There is a movement to make London’s streets and public spaces fairer, healthier, greener and more liveable.
We’ll be discussing whether or not vehicles should be priced off London’s roads. The talk will feature Wolfson Prize winner Gary Raccuja for his thesis ‘Paying for road use could be miles better’. Debating the issue alongside him will be leading experts:
- Joe Irvin (Chief Executive of Living Streets)
- Natalie Chapman (Head of Policy for the Freight Transport Association and Deputy Chair of LCCI's Transport Committee)
- London Assembly Member, Caroline Pidgeon MBE (Deputy Chair of the London Assembly Transport Committee)
Street Talks are a series of informal events that are open to anyone and facilitate discussion into a diverse range of ideas and topics around travel and public spaces in London.
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.
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.
In this video Val Shawcross CBE, Deputy Mayor of London for Transport presents the 'London Mayor's vision for Healthy Streets' in our February 2017 Street Talk.
Watch more Street Talks videos on our YouTube channel.
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