Everything tagged with shared use

Blog post: TfL abandons flawed Lambeth roundabout in favour of trial of Dutch cycling design

Transport for London has decided not to proceed with its flawed proposal for the northern Lambeth Bridge roundabout, instead trialling a Dutch-style design suggested by us and other campaigners. You can see how the roundabout works in the video...

Discussion: Consultation A4-Sutton Lane

There is a consultation for a new junction design on the A4-Sutton lane junction. PDFs are attached.The proposals are:- New signalised toucan crossings on the north and south arms of the junction to help pedestrians and cyclists to cross Sutton La...

Blog post: New shared-use path in Kensington Gardens extends east-west cycle route

View Ken Gardens - Studio Walk in a larger map photo The green line shows the new shared-use path completing the existing yellow cycle route: show your support for more by emailing Royal Parks   A stretch of path in front of Kensing...

Blog post: Cyclists reminded to show consideration on London towpaths

photo Adrian Lewis Giving walkers warning and moderating speed are the essence of the Two Tings campaign     Cyclists are being reminded to show consideration for walkers on London's canals, and remember to give Two Tings of ...

Blog post: 'Two Tings' towpaths campaign launched

Friday 4th May saw the launch of the British Waterways ‘Two Tings’ campaign, which aims to make towpaths safer for everyone. The campaign promotes a ‘code of conduct’ for towpath users, encouraging cyclists to use a bell...

Blog post: London cyclists protest against potential South Bank cycling ban

photo KenningtonPOB St Thomas' Hospital Trust says cyclists should use this route, not the South Bank     London's cyclists are mobilising to allow the continuing use of bikes on one of the world's greatest public spaces, the So...

Blog post: VIDEO: Campaigners call for end to South Bank cycling ban

 Video LCC says the South Bank can be shared use with considerate cycling Cyclists who use the South Bank between Lambeth and Westminster bridges are calling for new No Cycling signs to be removed. LCC supports a pedestrian-priority, co...

Blog post: Cyclist with disability ordered off tricycle on South Bank path

photo Cyclists are lobbying for the continuation of considerate cycling rights along the South Bank The charity Wheels For Wellbeing has complained to Lambeth Council after a lady with a disability was ordered off her mobility tricycle on the...

Blog post: Council sees sense as 'no cycling' signs removed from South Bank

The new 'No Cycling' signs on the South Bank will be removed, after LCC activists lobbied for considerate cycling to be allowed. A spokesperson for Lambeth council said, "The No Cycling signs that have been erected on the South Bank were advisory...