Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership

Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership

Active Dates: 2009 - March 2020
Number of Project Partners: 12
CRP Project Lead: Tom Linton-Smith

The Central London Sub-Regional Transport Partnership (CLSRTP) enables collaboration and information-sharing between partner boroughs on key sub-regional transport priorities. CLSRTP engages in a range of projects across the below to address these priorities which range from innovative pilots and trials, to forward-thinking research and strategy.


Cross River Partnership manages CLSRTP and facilitates the delivery of CLSRTP projects, on behalf of Transport for London.
Current projects underway include:
• Developing a parking assessment framework for central London boroughs
• Research in to the technology and tools to monitor noise associated with deliveries

The following projects were delivered in 2018/2019:
• A study evaluating best practice in cycle logistics
• Installation of dual-purpose cycle stations to support active travel
• A review of network capability for EV freight for CLSRTP borough depots
• Reviewing funding innovations available to transport authorities
• A guidance document to support CLSRTP authorities in delivering the Mayor of London’s Vision Zero

Project Partners

City of London City of Westminster Cross River Partnership London Borough of Camden London Borough of Hackney London Borough of Islington London Borough of Lambeth London Borough of Lewisham London Borough of Southwark London Borough of Wandsworth Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Transport for London

Useful Downloads & Links

CLSRTP Funding Innovation Report
Innovations in transport funding opportunities
Cycling Logistics
A best practice assessment and recommendations report for increasing uptake of cycle logistics
Ultra-Low Emission Supplier Directory
Clean Air Route Finder
Art in the Public Realm
Creating Healthy Streets
Healthy Greening in Central London
Striving to create healthy urban environments to stimulate economic growth and improve wellbeing
The Walking Tube in Central London
A feasibility and implementation guide