Now's your chance to submit corrections for London cycle maps
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 11:00pm 27 April 2011
- Posted in: News and blogs, Successes, Take action
- Tagged with: maps, london cycling guides
photo The original paper maps were developed by LCC in conjunction with the then mayor, Ken Livingstone
The 14 London Cycling Guides, first published in 2001 by Transport for London in partnership with LCC, were the successors to LCC’s own London cycle route maps.
More than three million maps have been distributed, making them one of the world’s most popular cycling publications.
TfL are currently considering a number of amendments to the London Cycling Guides, and plan to undertake a small-scale audit of routes this summer.
If you would like to highlight cycle routes that need to be amended or added (eg, new greenways or cycle cut-throughs) or routes that should no longer be included, please respond to TfL at the address below.
The following items have already been flagged for consideration:
- One-way street arrows on the Central London Guide
- Barclays Cycle Hire Docking Stations
- Barclays Cycle Superhighways routes 2 and 8 (and numbering of routes 3 and 7)
- Amending the London Underground symbol on key and map
- Greater prominence for pedestrian-only routes
Submit comments by email or post
Email comments to email@example.com or write comments on an existing map, and post to Sarah Elliot, Transport for London, 5th Floor Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London SE1 8NJ
You have until Wednesday 4 May 2011, with the new maps being published late in summer 2011.