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Camden CLOCS up another firstPublished: 11:22am 16 March 2017

Camden is the first London borough to become a CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Community Safety) champion. In this article we examine why Camden decided to join 400 industry members of CLOCS and how it is implementing the CLOCS safety standard...

City of London Corporation Survey 2017Published: 4:50pm 15 March 2017

The London Cycling Campaign is working with the City of London Corporation to find out the views of cyclists who cycle to or through the Square Mile. The City of London Corporation are keen to encourage more people to safely cycle and walk withi...

Cycle speed humps in Hyde Park - our concernsPublished: 3:05pm 9 March 2017

The Royal Parks have announced plans to combat those cycling above their speed limit of 10mph in Hyde Park on the Broadwalk. But the proposals are not proportionate to the risks, will possibly hit the users most in need of cycling through the pa...

Tavistock Place scheme to face public inquiryPublished: 12:40pm 2 March 2017

The iconic #TaviPlace scheme, including Tavistock Place, Torrington Place and Byng Place, is set to face a public inquiry. But don't worry (too much). Despite the LTDA and some local residents' objections, we think the overwhelming likelihood is...

Take action: Support, yes support, a Westminster QuietwayPublished: 5:39pm 1 March 2017

Proposal map for cycle routes in Westminster
Westminster hasn’t been doing great for cycling of late, shamefully. So we really want to let them know loud and clear that if they turn out a half-decent scheme, it’ll get support. And t...

Local Group News: March 2017Published: 1:14pm 20 February 2017

 
London Cycling Campaign has a network of over 30 Local Groups across London, one per borough.
Find out what they've been up to in their latest Newsletters.
If you're an LCC member, you'll receive your borough Newsletter in...

Will Norman starts as first full time Walking and Cycling CommissionerPublished: 6:35pm 15 February 2017

In the week following the tragic deaths of three cyclists in London, Will Norman, the new Walking and Cycling Commissioner has begun his job. Norman has announced a new "Healthy Streets for London" document, a "blueprint to help Londoners get mo...

Women's Tour comes to LondonPublished: 1:14pm 15 February 2017

Sadiq Khan, Val Shawcross and Olympian Katie Archibald were at Tower Bridge this morning to announce London will host the Women's Tour for the first time. 
It was announced today that the Women’s Tour will be coming to Lond...

5 reasons to love Mini-HollandsPublished: 3:01pm 9 February 2017

It’s not long now until the new Walking and Cycling Commissioner finally steps into post. When he starts, we want to make sure he shares our love for Mini-Hollands (or “Liveable Neighbourhoods” as the Mayor appears to be rebran...

Update: Another tragedy. Cycling and walking schemes only way forward says LCC, following series of fatalitiesPublished: 1:28pm 8 February 2017

Just two days after the blog below was written we learned, with great sadness, of yet another cycling fatality on London's roads in the same week. In this case the death took place on the North Woolwich Road and involved a lorry. This brings the...

Safer Cycling for Families Data ProjectPublished: 11:09am 2 February 2017

Joyride and the London Cycling Campaign have partnered on a project to trial new data collection technology. We will use the trial to collect information about how families commute around Central London to help us lobby for better cycling infrastr...

LCC members help build a street-by-street air pollution map of LondonPublished: 11:42am 1 February 2017

In August we invited LCC members to register for free CleanSpace tags to help map London’s polluted air and find how good or bad the air quality is on their journeys. 
The team at CleanSpace would like to thank all the LCC members wh...

Take action: have your say on bus safety & network issues with London AssemblyPublished: 12:28pm 19 January 2017

The London Assembly's Transport Committee are holding another investigation, following their recently concluded one into congestion (that the London Cycling Campaign contributed to). This time it's on buses - their safety and network/routing des...

LCC & Living Streets say Bank Taxi protest “misguided”Published: 12:17pm 12 January 2017

Walking and cycling charities London Cycling Campaign and Living Streets are today uniting to give their full backing to the City of London Corporation, as taxi drivers begin demonstrating against the City’s plans to close Bank junction to...

LCC, TfL & Tideway collaborate to keep Superhighway link openPublished: 11:19am 22 December 2016

Great news - LCC, TfL (including the award-winning Michael Barratt, Richard Whybrow, Paul Wilson and Luckman Agboola) and engineers at Tideway have collaborated on ensuring the cycling link is properly preserved between the North-South and East-...