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Conservative Assembly Members urged to join Lab/Lib/Greens in backing 'Love London, Go Dutch' campaignPublished: 5:48pm 15 March 2012

Every Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green Party member of the London Assembly has signed LCC's Love London, Go Dutch petition
Our petition is calling on the mayoral candidates to make London more liveable by making our streets as safe and inviti...

Summer of Cycling heralds fresh era of cooperation among cycling organisations and businessesPublished: 3:59pm 14 March 2012

The Summer of Cycling is an umbrella promotion by 23 cycling organisations (including the London Cycling Campaign), to help grow cycling in the UK in 2012.
At its official launch at the House of Commons on 14 March 2012 it stated its clear aim ...

London's best off-road cycling and walking route to Olympic Park will be closed for the gamesPublished: 3:02pm 14 March 2012

London cyclists have been stunned by the news that one of the capital's most popular walking and cycling routes, along the River Lea, leading to the Olympic Park, will be closed the beginning of July to 10th September.
It will be replaced ...

Barnet 'Great Divide' protest ride will highlight destructive effects of motor-centric urban planningPublished: 10:22am 13 March 2012

On 25 March 2012, cyclists are being urged to join Barnet Cycling Campaign's 'Great Divide' ride to highlight the destructive effect that motor-centric policies have on local lives.
More info: meeting point at New Southgate station (view m...

Southwark Cyclists persuade council to embrace Dutch-style solutions on borough streetsPublished: 1:02pm 12 March 2012

Southwark Council has responded to pressure from Southwark Cyclists, the local LCC group, to reverse its transport policy, which previously rejected the use of segregated bike lanes.
In a recent Transport Plan, the council announced a new polic...

Death of 8-year-old cyclist in Kingston shows need for urgent rethink of London street designPublished: 3:49pm 9 March 2012

On Tuesday this week an eight-year-old boy, Ali Nasralla, was tragically killed while cycling home from school in the borough of Kingston. 
Tragedy is an overused word, but try reading the sad messages in the video ab...

Locals welcome new hire bikes in East London but calling for more cycle-friendly streetsPublished: 3:34pm 8 March 2012

We went out this morning to talk to people in East London, to gather signatures for our Love London, Go Dutch petition, and see what people thought of the new hire bikes that have been installed in the area today.
Rebecca Collins from Bethnal...

Join the Big Ride, the UK's largest-ever event calling for safe and inviting streets for cyclingPublished: 4:23pm 23 February 2012

Thousands are expected to take part in the 'Big Ride' on Saturday 28 April, when people join together in central London for a fun event with a serious message: the city needs safer streets for cycling.
This fully marshalled family-friendly bike...

2000 people join together in central London to support safer streets for cyclingPublished: 2:52pm 23 February 2012

Police estimate up to 2000 people took part in a mass bike ride on Wednesday 22 February 2012 in central London, where a mile-long river of cyclists highlighted the need for radical change in many of London's streets.
Please sign the Love Lon...

Cycling and motoring groups join forces to brief MPs before Parliament debates cyclingPublished: 1:29pm 22 February 2012

A broad group of organisations - including LCC, CTC, Sustrans, Cyclenation, British Cycling, AA, National Heart Foundation, and PACTS - have released a joint briefing calling for the Government to take steps to make cycling safer in Britain.
The ...

Community Cycling Grant Programme NOW OPENPublished: 10:35pm 21 February 2012

This year, London Cycling Campaign is again administering grants of up to £5000 on behalf of Transport for London's Community Cycling Fund for London (CCFL), with up to 30 projects expected to benefit.
Community groups and grass roots org...

Ride to show MPs there are people-friendly solutions to problems of road dangerPublished: 4:02pm 15 February 2012

Please join us on Wednesday 22 February 2012 when concerned cyclists will ride past the Palace of Westminster asking MPs to make the success of continental-standard infrastructure a key part of their Commons debate on cycling the following day. ...

Hundreds of road junctions to be reviewed by TfL after public outcry over Bow roundabout and King's Cross Published: 4:14pm 9 February 2012

Transport for London has started a review that will consider safety issues at all junctions on the cycle superhighways as well as more than a hundred  junctions on the Transport for London road network (red routes).
The TfL announcement foll...

Hundreds of junctions to be reviewed by TfL after public outcry over Bow and Kings CrossPublished: 4:10pm 9 February 2012

Transport for London has started a review that will consider safety issues at all junctions on the cycle superhighways as well as more than a hundred junctions on the Transport for London road network (red routes).
The TfL announcement follows th...

Online seller of stolen bikes gets jail sentence following police investigationPublished: 2:15pm 9 February 2012

A 21 year old man has been jailed for 6 months for his involvement in the sale of stolen bicycles online. Alan Miah, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court after pleading guilty to conspiring to handle criminal property. A second man, Mohammed M...