Living Streets (UK)
Living Streets (formerly The Pedestrians Association and the Pedestrians Association for Road Safety) is an organisation which advocates for the rights and interests of pedestrians and aims to 'create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, where people want to walk'. The registered charity works with local groups, professional organisation and has lobbied for political change since its formation in 1929.
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