Buses and cars


Anyone who lives, visits or works in London uses transport. Together we made 31 million journeys on the Transport for London network each day in 2016. We walk, drive, take minicabs and cycle around our city too.

Cycling has increased greatly over last years -the Santander Cycling Scheme alone recorded 10.3 million journeys in 2017.

But often, busy tubes and trains, congested roads, delayed busses and a lack of cycling lanes can sour our journeys. How do we provide a fairer, more accessible and more environmentally-friendly travel network?

In March 2018, the Mayor published his Transport Strategy: "This strategy document details how we aim to change the transport mix across London, providing viable and attractive alternatives that will allow Londoners to reduce their dependence on cars."

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