Big news! The Royal Parks, which is responsible for eight of London’s largest and most iconic green spaces (including Regent’s Park, Hyde Park and Richmond Park) have a bold new transport strategy up for consultation.
The strategy proposes to return these parks to people and over time remove through motor traffic from them all. The result would be London’s green lungs unscarred by thousands of motor vehicles cutting through daily mainly to just avoid a few minutes delay on nearby main roads. It would mean parks for people walking, cycling, playing, relaxing, but with people who do need to drive for access (for instance, coach parties to London Zoo) still able to get to and from the parks.
Take two minutes to ensure London sends a strong message to The Royal Parks that we fully support their proposals and returning parks to the people (assuming you agree of course).
Direct link to the survey:
Note there's a couple of gotcha questions about "prioritising walking" - if you want them to prioritise walking and cycling you need to be careful answering these!
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