PJA is part of a team led by Sustrans to act as delivery agents for the TfL Quietways programme. Our role sees us provide staff to Sustrans' London office on part-time secondment, and also working on specific tasks such as traffic modelling, providing innovative solutions to tricky junctions, and developing design responses that respect “place value” as well as meeting the needs of users.

PJA is working alongside Wheels for Wellbeing, a south London charity that helps people with disabilities enjoy the benefits of cycling and physical activity, and Royal Haskoning DHV, a Dutch civil engineering firm with a track record in large-infrastructure for cycling projects.

The inclusion of Wheels for Wellbeing in the team is a response to TfL's desire for inclusivity to be considered as part of any designs proposed, a mindset we bring to other project we work in.

Involvement in the Quietways programme for Sustrans has also brought PJA exposure to other Sustrans workstreams such as DIY Streets, where we have provided design advice to help improve conditions for walking and cycling in community-led projects.

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