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    Transport Classification of Londoners (TCoL)

    London Sport
    The Transport Classification of Londoners (TCoL) is a multi-modal customer segmentation tool developed by TfL that has been designed to categorise Londoners on the basis of the travel choices they make, and the motivations for making those decisions. The desire to understand these behaviours and motivations is borne out of a need to plan effectively for London both now and in the future. This report is the third of three reports documen...
  • Updated 21 days ago

    London Sport Segmentation: Enriching Our Understanding Of Less Active Londoners To Target And Tackle Inactivity

    London Sport
    With physical inactivity estimated to cost the NHS alone more than £1 billion a year, and wider costs to society around £7.4 billion, the need to get less active people active has never been greater. Recognising that the population of less active people is large but also diverse, London Sport has commissioned a major research segmentation, solely focusing on less active Londoners: those doing less than 150 minutes of physical activity p...
  • Created a month ago

    Child Health in 2030 In England: Comparisons With Other Wealthy Countries

    London Sport
    The health of today’s children and young people (CYP) will be one of the key factors in determining whether England is healthy and prosperous over the next 50 years. We used long-term historical data on key CYP health outcomes and various projection modelling methods to estimate CYP outcomes in 2030 in England compared with other wealthy European and western countries. Our comparison group was the EU15+, consisting of the 15 countries o...
  • Created 2 months ago

    A Menu of Interventions for Productive Healthy Ageing

    London Sport
    The Menu of Interventions (MOIs) for productive health ageing is a guide that pharmacy teams working in different healthcare settings can use to support older people to improve the quality of their lives. It suggests opportunistic, evidence-based interventions that can help provide benefits for healthy ageing. For example, supporting older people and their carers to prevent or reduce falls, increasing levels of physical activity, mainta...
  • Created 2 months ago

    International Comparisons of Health And Wellbeing In Adolescence And Early Adulthood

    London Sport
    Young people aged 10–24 make up approximately a fifth of the population of most high-income countries and there are strong health and economic arguments for improving their health outcomes. This report summarises how 17 key indicators of the health and wellbeing of young people aged 10–24 vary in a selection of 19 similar high-income countries both within and outside of Europe. The report offers policy-makers, commissioners, health care...
  • Created 5 months ago

    Improving Mental Wellbeing In Colleges Through Physical Activity

    London Sport
    Concerns around mental health and wellbeing are increasing throughout education settings. Whilst the Government has started to address this in schools, limited support has been identified for colleges. The average college has 185 students with disclosed mental health conditions. In addition to this 81% of colleges have reported having ‘significant numbers’ of students who have undisclosed mental health difficulties (Association of Colle...
  • Updated 8 months ago

    Segregated Cycling Infrastructure

    London Sport
    The background information on the cycling infrastructure programme in London, its impacts and potential benefits: By 2041, we need an average of 3 million fewer car journeys in London each day to achieve the MTS target for 80% of trips to be made by public transport, walking and cycling (compared to 64% now) 8.17 million daily trips made by motorised modes could be cycled (car, motorcycle, taxi or public transport) but we must inves...
  • Created 8 months ago

    Cycling and the Housing Market

    London Sport
    Planning new developments around active,efficient and sustainable modes of transport can help create attractive, accessible areas where people are able to lead healthy lives and get around without having to depend on a car. Extending new transport connections to new parts of the city can unlock new development by improving access and transport capacity for new and existing residents.
  • Created 8 months ago

    The Pedestrian Pound

    London Sport
    The UK’s population grew by 5.8 per cent between 1998-2009, which gave a boost to annual comparison goods spending of approximately £10 billion. However, town centres have not reaped the benefits of this huge increase in retail expenditure. In the face of steep competition for diminishing public funds, the importance of better streets and public spaces needs to be better understood.
  • Created 8 months ago

    Street Appeal

    London Sport
    The quality of the street environment effects us all - whether we are walking to school, waiting at a bus stop, cycling to work, shopping, or even driving through a city. How streets handle the various, complex and often conflicting needs of users has a profound impact on our daily lives and wellbeing. At the same time streets are often highly constrained physically. This means that those responsible for managing streets need to make ha...