90% of parents in London say walking to school should be safer.

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90% of parents in London say walking to school should be safer.

Almost 90 per cent of parents in London with primary school age children say more should be done to make walking to school easier and safer.

That's the finding of a YouGov survey, carried out to mark the start of Walk to School Week.

Joe Irvin, Chief Executive of Living Streets, which is behind the campaign spoke to London Live.

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