The funding will support a host of different transport projects for safer roads, public spaces, improved walking facilities and cycling made safer and easier.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: “This latest round of funding will help to transform scores of locations in all four corners of our great city.
“It is specifically targeted to help make our roads, town centres and open spaces more attractive places with better facilities for walking and safer cycling. By helping the boroughs deliver on important local transport schemes, we can help to spur jobs and growth across London.”
Key London Boroughs
City of London £1.4m
Including £200,000 towards proposals to transform Bank Junction with widened footways, cycle routes and improved public space
Including £1m to transform public spaces and create better cycling routes through the West End, including at Cambridge Circus and Villiers Street
Kensington and Chelsea £2.1m
Including £150,000 for pedestrian improvements at the junction of Old Brompton Road / Pelham Street
Including £2m towards the West End Project, which will transform the area around Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street and will deliver high quality public spaces and streets, including walking, cycling and bus reliability improvements
Including £350,000 for borough-wide road safety improvements, such as junction improvements, traffic calming measures and pedestrian crossings, will be targeted in areas in the borough where higher than average accident statistics have been recorded
Including £820,000 to improve safety at Camberwell, particularly for cyclists and pedestrians