Use our clean air route finder to choose the cleanest route to your destination.
In addition to our online clean air route finder, CRP’s Clean Air Better Business programme is supporting on-street signalling of clean air walking routes across central London.
Independent monitoring by Kings College London has shown that routes identified by CRP and partners have between air pollutant concentrations between 30% and 60% lower than more heavily-used alternatives between transport hubs and key pedestrian destinations.
With Mayor of London Air Quality Funding, CRP and partners are encouraging pedestrians to use these routes by planning and delivering on-street signalling, including signposting, greening, lighting and urban realm improvements. These interventions will deliver on the Mayor’s new healthy streets approach to London’s public realm.
London’s first ever clean air walking route, the ‘Wellbeing Walk’ between Euston Town and King’s Cross stations was launched by Urban Partners and CRP in 2015. Since then, foot traffic has more than trebled, delivering benefits to independent businesses down the route and reducing many commuters and travellers’ exposure to air pollution.
Read about our clean air walking routes projects in the Guardian article “Side street routes to avoid city pollution can cut exposure by half.“
Air Quality Project Manager
Place Making Project Officer