The Streets for All initiative is a sustained community movement towards the provision of better and safer walking and cycling infrastructure in our city. It provides a platform for engagement between government, media, NGOs, technocrats and the community, in order to jointly develop workable solutions to improve the safety and mobility conditions on our streets. Streets for All could be a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly open streets event when select streets are closed to private vehicles for several hours. Usually held on Sundays, streets are opened up for the exclusive use of pedestrians, cyclists, and other users of non-motorised transport (NMT). The Streets For All Toolkit aims to serve as a guidebook for citizen groups and communities to implement the Streets for All initiatives in their local areas. It provides detailed steps for planning, operating, implementing and evaluating these open streets events.