Streets and roads form important spaces of connectivity between the home and outdoor spaces, enabling movements but also serving as spaces themselves. In this strand of work members of the Centre examine the impact of transport infrastructures and mobility practices on neighbourhoods, social capital, social cohesion and the development of community. We will combine sociological and geographical perspectives and methods, community development work, local agenda setting workshops, and future implementation scenario analysis. We will examine how communities have been changed by transport and mobility, and the role of citizens in challenging, changing and controlling mobility practices. We will examine whose voices get heard in transport and mobility decisions, and how empowered local communities are in making transport and mobility decisions.