Everything tagged with one-way

Blog post: City of London shows boroughs the benefits of returning minor one-way streets to two-way cycling

View Larger Map The City of London is making another 30 minor one-way streets two-way for cycling, having already successfully implemented two-way cycling already on around 50 streets in the Square Mile in the last few years. We presented the Ci...

Blog post: Mayor promises removal of Holborn gyratory and to substantially improve Cycle Superhighway 2

Mayor Boris Johnson has replied to the London Cycling Campaign in response to a letter we sent him in July regarding the need for action to deal with dangerous roads and junctions. Our letter was written following the deaths of two London cyclist...

Discussion: £100 Million for outer-London mini-Hollands

Mr Gilligan and co. are dangling the carrot of £100 million and asking outer London Boroughs to bid for a share of it. Seems they want it to be spent intensively in 1 to 4 outer boroughs rather than divided between 1...

Discussion: Westminster unveils plans for Haymarket, Lower Regent Street and Waterloo Place

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster has now published its proposals for Haymarket, Lower Regent Street and Waterloo Place. Although this is the second phase of the Piccadilly one-way project, th...

Blog post: Bow to Stratford CS2 shows TfL starting to adopt Dutch principles for cycling provision

We’re delighted with many aspects of the designs for the second section of Cycle Superhighway 2, which are open to consultation until 11 February 2013. You can make your views known to TfL on its proposals via barclayscyclesuperhighways@t...

Blog post: More City of London streets are being returned to two-way for cyclists

After a successful consultation, and responding to requests from LCC and Cyclists in the City, the City of London has introduced two-way cycling on 11 streets within the square mile where there were restrictions before. The changes enable cycli...

Blog post: London cyclists prepare for tour of city's 10 worst junctions and one-way systems

On Saturday 12 November 2011 around 100 cyclists are expected to take part in a ride to highlight the 10 worst places to cycle in London. See the route (updated 5pm, 11 Nov)) The ride is the brainchild of bloggers/campaigners Danny Willia...

Blog post: Cyclists urged to email City of London to support more one-way streets reverting to two-way

Cyclists are being urged to email their support for proposals to revert 10 one-way locations in the City of London to two-way for cycling. As reported on the Cyclist in the City blog, the City of London has opened a consultation until Thursday ...

Blog post: Cycle safety improves as Lewisham one-way system removed

One-way streets in New Cross, described as "intimidating" by local cyclists, are being reverted to two-way, making it safer for vulnerable road users. On 5 September 2010, Transport for London works removed the one-way in Kender Street and...