Everything tagged with waterloo

Blog post: 73% of survey respondents say they'd cycle to work during Tube strike if there was less danger from motor traffic

The London Cycling Campaign surveyed Londoners over the weekend via Twitter, and found that 73% of respondents who don't regularly cycle said they'd be more likely to ride to work during the Tube strike if "there was less danger from motor traff...

Blog post: Best Rides: Low-traffic and traffic-free cycling in the New Forest around Brockenhurst

Route infoDistance: 24 milesAllow: 3-4 hours including lunchTerrain: easy, with some hillsDownload: GPX fileLocal maps: view here Refreshments: pub lunch stop in BurleySuitable for: adults and older children  Why go to the New Fo...

Blog post: Transport for London must consider Dutch solution to make Waterloo roundabout safe

LCC is asking Transport for London to go back to the drawing board with its design for Waterloo roundabout, and to announce a timetable for a complete overhaul of this major junction to make it safe and inviting for all Londoners to cycle. We w...

Blog post: Two-tier cycle parking at Waterloo shows the way forward

photo The new bike stands at Waterloo are the minimum that each mainlain station should have Two-tier cycle racks have been opened at Waterloo station, increasing the number of parking spaces at one of Britain’s busiest railway station...

Blog post: TfL announces London's biggest cycle hire docking station

photo Barclays cycle hire docking station     With 124 spaces the new Barclays Cycle Hire docking station at Waterloo is set to become London’s biggest docking point yet. Work started on 1st November and the new docking&nbs...

Blog post: Cyclists help keep Southwark Superhighway clear of cars

After a number of complaints to Transport for London, the parking restrictions on CSH7 are now actively being re-enforced. CSH7 stretches from Merton to the City. Along Southwark Bridge Road, CSH7 is framed by a yellow no parking line on one...

Blog post: London rail stations get increased cycle parking despite budget cuts

photo Steve Rutherford Despite recent improvements to London's bike parking at stations, there's more to be done Item updated 14.1.11 Network Rail, which owns and operates most major train stations in London, has told LCC that it has allocat...

Blog post: LCC welcomes expansion of London cycling programmes

London Cycling Campaign has welcomed the Mayor's announcement that spending for cycling will be maintained. The Cycle Hire and Superhighways schemes will both be expanded, as cycling projects avoid the worst of the budget cuts. Chief executive A...