Lambeth’s proposed Healthy Route Network is a key element of our Transport Strategy. The network we have identified is the result of extensive engagement with stakeholders and the wider community, as well as evidence we have gathered about the most significant places for walking and cycling trips, now and in the future.

A healthy route is defined as:

"A healthy route has the right conditions to enable more people to walk and cycle. A healthy route links people with places they need to get to, such as schools, workplaces, amenities and shops. A healthy route is convenient, attractive, feels safe and is accessible to all. A healthy route could be a residential street or a main road or a combination of both. And critically motor traffic levels are low, or on busier roads there is dedicated space that is not shared with general traffic."

pdf Appendix A Healthy Routes Plan2.13 MB