World Car Free Day - 22 September 2019

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Sunday 22 September 2019 is World Car Free Day and we’re celebrating across the borough with street parties, tree trails, guided walks and bike rides, play streets and more to help improve air quality and tackle climate change.

You can find a full list of activities at www.kingston.gov.uk/carfreeday

We're really keen to hear how you're celebrating too, so please let us know below what you're going to be getting up to and whether you want to make a pledge to make fewer car journeys.

Take a look as the What's on Where section and the Forms & Surveys section for activity signup.

Whatever you choose to do, we hope you can give the car a rest and enjoy our glorious borough!



Sunday 22 September 2019 is World Car Free Day and we’re celebrating across the borough with street parties, tree trails, guided walks and bike rides, play streets and more to help improve air quality and tackle climate change.

You can find a full list of activities at www.kingston.gov.uk/carfreeday

We're really keen to hear how you're celebrating too, so please let us know below what you're going to be getting up to and whether you want to make a pledge to make fewer car journeys.

Take a look as the What's on Where section and the Forms & Surveys section for activity signup.

Whatever you choose to do, we hope you can give the car a rest and enjoy our glorious borough!



What's on where?

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On this map you'll be able to see locations for events and resident led road closures across the borough. Roads highlighted in pink show where street parties are taking place. 

If you're running an event or celebrating Car Free Day in any way, please feel free to let us know by pinning it on our map. 

On this map you'll be able to see locations for events and resident led road closures across the borough. Roads highlighted in pink show where street parties are taking place. 

If you're running an event or celebrating Car Free Day in any way, please feel free to let us know by pinning it on our map. 

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded