The Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership (CLSRTP) is a collective of transport officers from central London’s eight local authorities. The partnership, which Cross River Partnership manages and provides strategic direction for, on behalf of TfL, provides a borough-level focus on sub-regional transport priorities.
In addition to enabling regular collaboration and information-sharing between boroughs, the partnership facilitates pilots, trials, demonstrations, policy, strategy and research.
The partnership delivers outcomes for boroughs and TfL, such as those specifically targeting the healthy streets approach to transport.
We are thrilled to be working with our partners to be delivering a range of identified projects this year including;
- A study on the impact of autonomous freight vehicles in central London
- A study into securing grid infrastructure capacity for the electrification of commercial fleets
- Healthy Streets; delivering improvements to Ravenet Street (Wandsworth Council) using the healthy streets check to measure the impact of interventions to improve the walking and cycling experience.
- A ‘walking tube/rail’ intervention at Billy Fury Way (Camden Council) to enliven a ‘connector’ path between key stations, improving access, lighting and creating a sense of place.
- Phase 2 of a Market Delivery and Servicing Plan to deliver a range of improvements identified during Phase 1 (WeAreWaterloo BID/Lambeth Council and Angel BID /Islington Council)
- Continued support for the delivery of the Go Ultra Low City Scheme
- Continued support of the Central London Freight Quality Partnership (CLFQP)
In previous years the partnership has facilitated:
- Research into the impact of 20mph limit in central London
- London’s first Urban market focused delivery and servicing plans
- European funding for tailored freight logistics programme
- A walkability intervention measuring impacts using the TfL Healthy Streets checks
- Scoping study for delivery ready walking/cycling interventions in central London boroughs
“London must become a city where walking, cycling and green public transport become the most appealing and practical choices for many more journeys. These active and sustainable transport choices not only support the health and wellbeing of Londoners, but also the city as a whole by reducing congestion and providing the most efficient use of valuable street space”
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London