Transport for London have created a map showing the distance in steps between Underground stations. The plan is to get more Londoners doing more walking, and also to ease pressure on the capital’s busy transport network.
The map highlights that many Zone 1 stations are fewer than 1,000 steps apart - but there remain longer journeys between some central London stations. King’s Cross to Farringdon is a 2,600 step walk, while Victoria to Green Park is 1,900 steps.
How much do you think about the number of steps you take daily? Will the extra information encourage you to walk more of your journeys in these zones, and boost your daily activity level?