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Webinars and Reports

Our expert team's policy reports and webinars on how cycling is the solution to London's transport, health and environmental challenges


Leading the conversation

LCC often publishes reports aimed at developing thinking, policy and best practice around active travel. From low-cost trials of cycling infrastructure to micromobility, from dangerous junctions to health, we bring experts together to discuss how London can adapt and how cycling is part of the solution. You can also watch back all LCC webinars on YouTube.


2024 - Healthy Streets Scorecard

Which boroughs are taking action? Which boroughs need to do more?

LCC is part of a coalition who review London borough actions for sustainable travel against the Mayor’s Transport Strategy to help councils and residents understand how well or badly they are doing. We have been reviewing boroughs every year since 2020.

2024 Healthy Streets Scorecard

Healthy Streets Scorecard Coalition: Action Vision Zero | CPRE London | Future Transport London | London Cycling Campaign | London Living Streets | Possible | Roadpeace | Sustrans London | Wheels for Wellbeing

2024 - "Get off the road, b*tch!" - What stops women cycling in London?

In London, less than 1 in 3 cycle trips are made by women. The LCC Women’s Network surveyed over 1,000 women in London to ask what barriers prevent them from cycling.

2024 – ‘What Stops Women Cycling in London?’ – results of the survey and recommendations for the Mayor, Transport for London and London boroughs to overcome these barriers.


2023 - Dangerous Junctions

Junctions are where nearly all serious and fatal collisions impacting those walking, cycling and wheeling happen.

2023 – Dangerous Junctions map

2022 – Dangerous Junctions report findings from summit of expert practitioners

2022 – Dangerous Junctions webinar – expert analysis and moving testimony from Victoria Lebrec, Action Vision Zero; Phil Jones, Phil Jones Associatates; Lucy Marstrand-Taussig, Marstrand-Taussig and Simon Munk, Campaigns Manager, LCC

2023 - Climate Safe Streets

2023 – Climate Safe Streets One Year to Go – progress on Climate Safe Streets
by London’s Mayor and Boroughs – reviewed for every London borough.

2021 – Climate Safe Streets One Year On – an update to LCC’s roadmap to decarbonise the capital’s roads within 10 years, published in advance of the 2021 mayoral election. Webinar in partnership with Urban Movement exploring how the pandemic has only increased the urgency to create sustainable, fairer and heathier transport systems.

2020 – Climate Safe Streets report – LCC’s roadmap to deliver zero-carbon roads in London by 2030 and make it unnecessary for most Londoners to ever own a car again. Webinar in partnership with Landor Links on radical action to reduce transport carbon emissions.

2021 - Micromobility and Active Travel in the UK

2020 – Micromobility and Active Travel in the UK (full report) – best practice covering cycles, e-scooters, non-standard cycles and more, including regulations, last-mile delivery and infrastructure

2020 – Micromobility and Active Travel in the UK (executive summary)

2021 – Micromobility Parking: Literature Review – more cycles, cargo bikes and e-scooters on our streets are causing a shortage of parking spaces for these ‘micromobilities.’ Our research suggests parking must double rapidly based on rising cycling levels and the roll-out of e-scooter hire trials.

2020 Webinar E-scooters – cycling’s friend or foe? What can the UK learn from other countries about how e-scooters riders interact with other road users and can they help cities cut air pollution or carbon emissions? Panelists: Megan Sharkey (LCC trustee and academic at the University of Westminster), Tom Bogdanowicz (LCC’s Senior Policy and Development Officer.), Alex Santacreu – (Policy Analyst for the International Policy Forum at the OECD) & Alan Clarke (Director of UK policy and Government Affairs at Lime)

2021 - Cycling for Sustainable Cities

2021 Webinar reviewing the book ‘Cycling for Sustainable Cities’ by Professor Ralph Buehler and Professor John Pucher

Why is cycle use soaring in many western cities? Why has it fallen in China? How do developments in London compare to those in Paris and New York? What does innovative infrastructure look like in other countries? What is being done to reduce road danger? London features prominently in this book and this webinar addresses London’s mega-city role in detail.

2021 - Sadiq, climate and transport

2021 Webinar – Sadiq, climate and transport – identifying Mayor Sadiq Khan’s top priorities around transport and the role of cycling, freight consolidation, mobility hubs and smart road-user charging in this mayoral term. Panellists: Becca Massey-Chase, IPPR; Simon Munk, LCC; Brian Deegan, Urban Movement; Susan Claris, Arup; Dr Debbie Hopkins, University of Oxford and Adam Tyndall, London First.

2020 - Embracing the bike - how cycling is key to building a more resilient London

For our December 2020 webinar we joined by Guest Chair, Malini Mehra (Chief Executive at GLOBE International) and an expert panel explored what cycling contributes to a city’s resilience. What is London doing well and what can it learn from other cities? And what needs to be put in place to plan for the combined effects of pandemics, climate change and air pollution.

Expert panel consisted of LCC’s Fran Graham, Campaigns Coordinator, Will Norman – Walking and Cycling Commissioner for London, Rob Whitehead – Director of Strategic Projects – Centre for London and Dr Lucy Mahoney – Network Manager Walking and Cycling – C40.

2020 - LCC x Dutch Embassy - building a green and healthy recovery

2020 Webinar – LCC x Dutch Embassy – following the roll-out of emergency schemes at an unprecedented rate, we partner for a webinar supporting London’s councillors and officers.

Keynote: Will Norman, London’s Cycling & Walking Commissioner

Workshop: How to communicate about emergency schemes

Workshop: round-ups and panel discussion

2020 - How To Talk To People About The Future Of Their Streets

2020 Report: How To Talk To People About The Future Of Their Streets

People say they want to tackle climate change but when it comes down to the proposed cycle track at the end of our street, the low traffic neighbourhood where we live, people oppose schemes – loudly and angrily. Resident pushback all too often sees council officers left with weakened or cancelled schemes. What skills are needed to engage and what techniques are available?

We partner with Urban Movement to deliver a guide for councils, officers and urban practitioners to rethink public engagement, better avoid backlash and deliver better streets for all. Also useful for cycle and active travel campaigners to understand how they can work with their community and local government.

Accompanying webinar from Brian Deegan, Urban Movement and Councillor Waseem Zaffar MBE, Cabinet Member Transport & Transport, Birmingham City Council

2020 - A national Gear Change for cycling?

2020 Webinar – reviewing Department for Transport’s ‘Gear Change’ document –  the UK’s most positive pronouncement on active travel ever. Panellists: LCC’s CEO Ashok Sinha, Ruth Cadbury MP Co-Chair All Party Parliamentary Group for Cycling & Walking, Chris Boardman Greater Manchester’s Walking & Cycling Commissioner and LCC’s Campaign Coordinator Fran Graham.

2020 - Sustainable School Run

2020 Webinar on the sustainable school run – How can secondary school pupils can be encouraged to cycle? Active travel rates in the UK drop dramatically as kids move to secondary, with many opting instead for public transport. Panel: Amy Foster – LCC trustee and primary school teacher, Laurie Johnston – Safe Routes to Schools, Mac Ferrari – Bikestormz, Lucy Marstrand-Taussig – Project Centre, Sylvia Gauthereau – Coordinator of LCC Brent group and Simon Munk, Campaign’s Manager at LCC

2020 - London in lockdown

2020 – London in lockdown. London changed beyond recognition during  Covid-19 and this webinar from May 2020 explores how cycling and walking needed to be encouraged as a key transport mode during the pandemic and in the post-pandemic recovery. Panellists: Dr Rachel Aldred and Mark Strong, Managing Consultant, Transport Initiatives.

Watch London in Lockdown webinar on Facebook Live

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