Everything tagged with cycle superhighway

Blog post: Say no to 'just paint' on Cycle SuperHighways

While TfL have taken great steps forward with Cycle SuperHighways designs of late, the Wandsworth Cycling Campaign and London Cycling Campaign are urging them not to take a serious step backwards with Balham High Road. The consultation is here ...

Blog post: McDonalds appeal against safe superhighway dismissed

Inspector concludes “allowing cars to cross the path of cyclists, when there is no need to do so, is not a good idea.” Ealing Cycling Campaign has won a legal battle against fast food restaurant chain McDonalds over safety on the Ea...

Blog post: Extreme danger at new junction on Cycle Superhighway 2

Junction re-building work at the corner of Sugar House Lane E15 began last week, exposing cyclists using the CS2 Cycle Superhighway to increased danger. The separated cycle track has been obliterated and turned into a motor vehicle lane. Cyclis...

Blog post: We're royally chuffed! Cycle superhighway to continue safely past Buckingham Palace

We're delighted that an agreement has finally been reached that - subject to consultation - the East-West cycle superhighway will continue safely past Buckingham Palace when it's completed next spring. New plans have been unveiled which show seg...

Blog post: Chaos on Cycle Superhighway CS3

For years the CS3 Cable Street route has been notorious for random closures for all sorts of street works. Sections of it seem to be dug up every other month. Sometimes lorries park all over it to deliver motor cars or pick up rubbish. Now Transp...

Blog post: CAMPAIGN SUCCESS! Cycle Superhighway begins to take shape on the Embankment

We're delighted to see the new East-West Cycle superhighway beginning to take shape along the Embankment, where cyclists are already making good use of the near-finished stretch leading up to Westminster Bridge. The route will provide a fully segr...

Blog post: Cycle Superhighway 5 - Where next?

  Video by Westminster Cycling Campaign A four-metre cycle track has now been completed across Vauxhall Bridge. As the video shows, it can already be used by cyclists in the outbound direction. It cannot yet be used in the inbound directi...

Discussion: Planning starts on Cycle Superhighway 11

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » The authorities have started planning Cycle Superhighway 11, which will run between the Finchley Road and Portland Place via Swiss Cottage and Regent's Park. Several auth...

Blog post: Ealing Council reverses decision on dangerous McDonalds plans

We’re pleased to hear that Ealing Council have reversed a planning decision which would have created danger to cyclists on the new East-West cycle superhighway.  Ealing Council’s planning committee granted permission to McDonalds...

Discussion: TfL proposes improvements at Chelsea Bridge

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Transport for London have proposed improvements for cyclists at the junction of Chelsea Bridge with Grosvenor Road, on Cycle Superhighway 8. There are currently three pr...

Discussion: Westminster unveils Central London Grid

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster has now published draft proposals for its portion of the Central London Grid of cycle routes. The Grid is intended to be a network of direct, high-capacity...

Discussion: Have your say on Cycle Superhighway 5

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Transport for London are now consulting the public about three options for Cycle Superhighway 5 between Vauxhall Bridge and Belgrave Square. For a larger version of t...

Discussion: Changes Proposed for Hyde Park Corner

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » A number of changes have been proposed for the south-east corner of Hyde Park Corner, in order to improve conditions for cycling and walking. The main proposals are: ...

Discussion: CS2 - Bow Flyover Option

So when the CS2 Bow to Stratford extension opened there was some criticism that route still utilised the roundabout, which to be honest is pretty fair criticism. The safest way to avoid Bow roundabout is, well, to avoid Bow Roundabout and use the ...

Blog post: What must be done to make sure there are no more cycling deaths in Aldgate and Holborn

Two cycling fatalities in central London the space of 10 days prompted thousands of Londoners to join the #space4cycling protests in Aldgate and Holborn this week and last. So why exactly are we so angry about these fatalities, and why are we ada...