Everything tagged with contraflow

Discussion: Westminster Proposes Two Contraflows

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster has published a draft traffic management order for two cycle contraflows. The proposed order has been prepared as part of the Piccadilly two-way project. Th...

Discussion: Haymarket / Lower Regent Street: Westminster proposes alternatives

  LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster has now proposed some alternative measures for cyclists, following unfavourable criticism of its scheme for Haymarket and Lower Regent Street. (See ...

Blog post: More City of London streets are being returned to two-way for cyclists

After a successful consultation, and responding to requests from LCC and Cyclists in the City, the City of London has introduced two-way cycling on 11 streets within the square mile where there were restrictions before. The changes enable cycli...

Blog post: Long-term lobbying on roadworks bears fruit as Transport for London and Camden heed cyclist advice

Long-term lobbying of Transport for London and local councils around roadworks taking account of cyclists is finally paying off.   Recent intervention by our local groups in Southwark and Camden has made sure roadworks on busy cycle routes...

Blog post: Bermondsey Street in central London returned to two-way for cyclists

photo Freshly painted markings show the new contraflow for cyclists on Bermondsey Street in SE1     From 30 September 2010, a section of Bermondsey Street, near London Bridge, has been returned to two-way for cyclists, though...

Blog post: Kingston Cycling Campaign helps to make cycle contraflow permanent

photo KCC Kingston Cycling Campaign members celebrate their King Charles Road contraflow victory     After a six-month trial, a contraflow cycle lane in Surbiton, is being made permanent after the local LCC gro...

Blog post: Department for Transport to make cycling contraflows easier to create

photo Signs like this are common in Brussels and Paris, where nearly every one-way street is two-way for cyclists The rule that forbade local authorities from simply adding an 'except cyclists' sign to existing No Entry signs is expected to b...