Emma Griffin is a campaigner and writer calling for a transport system that benefits our health, environment and public realm.
Emma's background is in journalism, writing about transport, traffic and environmental sustainability. She now juggles a number of roles advocating active travel.
As vice-chair of London Living Streets, the London campaigning arm of walking charity, Living Streets, she is co-leading the campaign for a Central London Walking Network.
Last year she co-founded Action Vision Zero, supporting campaigns and efforts to end road danger and traffic harm. Vision Zero is the ambition, adopted in cities worldwide, to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries on streets.
Emma is also the part-time administrator for grant-making charity, the Foundation for Integrated Transport.