Everything tagged with #space4cycling

Blog post: CS9 Cycle Superhighway on the way?

Good news: CS9, between Olympia and Hounslow in west London, looks like it will go to public consultation, at least in part, soon. In 2010, a cycle superhighway between Hounslow and Hyde Park was one of the twelve radial routes proposed as the ...

Blog post: Take action: Make sure Tower Hamlets' Cable Street scheme works for cyclists

CS3 was the first Cycle SuperHighway to feature protected space for cycling. Unfortunately, that track was a) there before it became a Cycle SuperHighway and b) was very narrow. As cycling has grown in London, we've seen extensive changes to oth...

Blog post: Take action: for more Cycle SuperHighway extensions, Better Junctions and great cycling

All consultations listed here closed 20 March or earlier. The good news is right before the end of the current Mayor's term, we're seeing a deluge of amazing schemes that could help London take a huge leap towards being a truly cycling-friendly...

Blog post: Take action: North-South Cycle Superhighway to Kings Cross

One of the highest-quality pieces of cycling infrastructure the UK has yet seen gets a welcome extension to King's Cross. Great news - but we need to put the pressure on to make sure it's as good as it can be, and goes ahead. The deadline is 20 ...

Blog post: Take action: Seven Sisters Road to get safe space for cycling?

A real chance to change Seven Sisters Road for the better - which is vital as while motor vehicle traffic on the road has dropped nearly 50 percent in the last 15 years, cycling has gone up nearly 400 percent. The Woodberry Down development boar...

Blog post: Take action: Highbury Corner gyratory removal

Highbury Corner is due to get a massively welcome upgrade in the shape of not just gyratory removal, but protected space for cycling and extra space for pedestrians. We welcome this scheme and hope you will too. If you do, please respond to the ...

Blog post: Take action: for safe space for cycling on Hammermith Broadway

Good news! The horrible Hammersmith Broadway gyratory is getting high-quality segregated tracks running east-west across its north side. Bad news! That's all it's getting for now. So no north-south route etc. So, please take one minute today (co...

Blog post: Take action: make Vauxhall Cross marvellous for cycling

It's the last few days to get in a response to TfL's public consultation on the Vauxhall Cross area. This has the potential to be a big win for the London Cycling Campaign and all cyclists who ride through the area - with the plans including hig...

Blog post: Space for Cycling win at Westminster Bridge South

TfL have revealed exciting plans for protected space for cycling on Westminster Bridge and around the old Park Plaza roundabout, on the south/east side of the Thames. The London Cycling Campaign is supporting the scheme and we'd love you to, by...

Blog post: LCC reaches Cape Town, thanks to Cllr Paul Braithwaite

Camden’s Cycling Champion, Cllr Paul Braithwaite, sent us this incredible photo from the Cape Town Argus, the largest timed race in the world, as he was pictured crossing the top of Chapman's Peak. With over 35,000 entrants, it was fantas...

Blog post: Manchester makes strides with mass ride

  With our Space for Cycling 2014 campaign gaining momentum, we look at how the message and #space4cycling have spread nationally since London Cycling Campaign’s three summer rides. This first-hand report from Kristina Ella Gjerding - ...

Blog post: Space for Cycling car stickers. Get yours now

You spoke, we listened SPACE FOR CYCLING CAR STICKERS ARE AVAILABLE NOW Displaying the Space for Cycling car sticker will help remind other road users that cyclists need dedicated space on roads.  For just £2, you can show your supp...

Blog post: LCC organises second protest ride after third cyclist killed in three weeks on street without dedicated space for cycling

On the morning of Monday 15 July 2013 another Londoner was killed under the wheels of a lorry in a street that provides no dedicated space for cycling. (photo: James Robertson) We send our deepest sympathy to family and friends of the latest vi...