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Archives for January 2016

Quietway consultations go live all overPublished: 6:35pm 20 January 2016

Until last month, Quietways and their Zone 1 counterparts on the Central London Cycling Grid had been too quiet, if anything. Several of the first full routes had silently missed their deadlines. But now, with Mayoral purdah looming, Quietways a...

Meet the Cycling Services team!Published: 12:48pm 18 January 2016

Who: Cycling Services Team
What: Workshops, mechanics, pop-up cycle cafes and safety talks for landowners, corporates, unis & colleges, local government and community groups
Contact: cyclingprojects@lcc.org.uk or call our...

RideLondon-Surrey 100 2017 - take part!Published: 2:57pm 7 January 2016

Aiming to get fitter in 2017? Fancy training to ride 100 miles?
What: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - The Mall, Central London (via Surrey) When: Sunday 30 July.
With only a few weeks left before the ballot ...

Quietways: they aren’t workingPublished: 12:25pm 7 January 2016

They were envisaged as routes for cyclists who prefer to use quieter, traffic-calmed streets. And the Mayor’s vision for them was that they were direct, designed as whole routes, segregated from motor traffic where they briefly join busy r...

2016: A big year for cycling!Published: 3:22pm 5 January 2016

 
In just five months, London elects its new Mayor. And whoever ends up with the job of running London, it’s clearly vital they have cycling firmly on their agenda for the next four years. That means we all have some work to do!
Curre...

Policy Forum elections: general membership votePublished: 2:50pm 4 January 2016

All LCC members are entitled to vote for two ‘general membership’ representatives who will sit on the LCC Policy Forum for the next 24 months. There are five candidates, and two places, with voting open for 10 days from January 14...