Everything tagged with quietways

Blog post: Have your say on plans for Quietway 2 in Islington

Islington Council's consultation on its plans for Quietway 2 closes on Sunday 17 May - so there are just a few days left to ask the council to take out rat running motor traffic to make safe and inviting space for cycling. We've welcomed the Qu...

Blog post: Mayor set to be quizzed on cycling underspend

The Mayor of London today broke ground on the new North-South cycle superhighway - but with so little cycling provision actually on the ground since Boris was elected on a cycling ticket, London Assembly members want to know what he's going...

Blog post: Shhh! The Quietways are coming

With the first two Quietways about to launch, Tom Bogdanowicz, LCCs Senior Policy Officer assesses the rest of the scheme.   If you haven’t heard much about the Quietways you are not alone.  Official maps of the first two routes ...

Blog post: London's first Quietways to open in May 2015

The Mayor and Transport for London have confirmed that London's first Quietways will open in May 2015. Sustrans has been awarded the contract to help deliver the first Quietways, which it is hoped will give cyclists a direct, pleasant, back...

Discussion: Albert Gate: improvements in sight

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Improvements could be in sight for the cycle crossing of Knightsbridge at Albert Gate. William Street The cycle route through William Street, to the south of the cross...

Discussion: Westminster considers further one-way exemptions

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster is considering exempting cyclists from one-way restrictions in a couple of streets in Belgravia. These exemptions could be part of the 'Circle Line South' Qu...

Blog post: LCC welcomes Central London Grid but emphasises need for safe and convenient junctions and high-quality routes that cater for all cycling abilities

The London Cycling Campaign has welcomed Mayor Boris Johnson's draft proposal for a Central London Grid, but has warned that to be effective the routes must provide safe and convenient passage through junctions, along with cycling conditions thr...

Blog post: Space for Cycling - 2014 Local Election Campaign Policy

London Cycling Campaign trustee and sustainable transport academic Dr Rachel Aldred explains what policies underpin our 2014 Local Election Campaign.22 May 2014 is the next time that the whole of Greater London re-elects its local councillors, w...