Everything tagged with consultation

Blog post: Have your say on Camberwell Green Plans!

Southwark Council propose expensive and disruptive alterations to the Camberwell Green junction and area. The plans do not provide safe space for cycling. Our local group, Southwark Cyclists have thoroughly examined their proposal with expert advi...

Blog post: TAKE ACTION to ensure safe space for cycling on Baker Street

Westminster City Council is consulting on its biggest ever project to remove a one-way system on Baker Street and Gloucester Place. Whilst the plans, in principle, sound good, we have major concerns about the lack of safe space for cycling. Ple...

Blog post: Consultation launches on returning Baker Street and Gloucester Place to two way traffic

Westminster City Council has launched a public consultation on its plans for Baker Street and Gloucester Place. The website for the consultation says: "The proposals seek to return Marylebone to how it was originally intended; as a place for peo...

Discussion: TfL consultation regarding A4 cycle lanes

On Friday 20th March a consultation closes that is proposing removing even more of the A4 cycle lane. The local group in Hounslow are asking for separated traffic signals for cyclists at this junction and we oppose the way the design makes the ju...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign sets three key tests for success of central London Cycling Grid

In responding to Transport for London's consultation on the Central London Grid for cycling,  LCC's Chief Executive, Ashok Sinha, set outs three key tests for the Mayor and the Central London boroughs: The Central London Grid (CLG) is a hu...

Blog post: Tell TfL it's vital the BikeGrid is a genuinely safe and inviting network of cycle routes in central London

Cornwall Road, parallel to Waterloo Road, uses bollards to remove through motor traffic, as does Shoe Lane below. They show how inexpensive bollards can create Space for Cycling (and walking)  Make your views known to Transport for London ...

Discussion: Council proposals use cyclists as mobile traffic calming

Latest consultation from Richmond council. The objective of this one is to reduce cycle injuries, but proposes additional pinch points and using cyclists as mobile traffic calming by narrowing the road. The stretch has had a shocking 29.38 co...

Discussion: TfL Reveals Plans for Vauxhall Bridge Road

Bessborough Gardens, where a cyclist was killed by a left-turning vehicle Transport for London is about to consult the public about its proposals for Cycle Superhighway 5, which runs along Vauxhall Bridge Road. This is part of a route running bet...

Discussion: Two new consultations affecting cyclists

Two new consultations are out which affect cyclists in the borough but don't mention the words cycling, cyclists or bicycle once - deadlines this month, please take a moment to complete the online check list consultation: http://www.richmondlcc.c...

Discussion: Removal of Cycle Lanes in Twickenham

Cycle through Twickenham? Then you'll want to see Richmond council's proposals for the town centre. Removal of cycle lanes and bus lanes feature heavily. Deadline to respond 31 August. Read more including how to comment back in our post. Note, the...

Discussion: TfL A312 Church Road (Northolt, Ealing) consultation

Transport for London (TfL) is consulting on proposals for the A312 Church Road between Target Roundabout and White Hart Roundabout. The consultation closes on 20 June 2012. https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/streets/church-road/consult_view This r...

Blog post: Cyclists urged to email City of London to support more one-way streets reverting to two-way

Cyclists are being urged to email their support for proposals to revert 10 one-way locations in the City of London to two-way for cycling. As reported on the Cyclist in the City blog, the City of London has opened a consultation until Thursday ...

Blog post: Make your voice heard against Transport for London's 'Nightmare' Operating Strategy

We've today responded to Transport for London's draft Network Operating Strategy consultation (download our response). We've highlighted many of its flaws here. If you want to respond too, you might want to use the letter below as a template a...

Blog post: Oppose the scrapping of the congestion charge western extension

LCC is strongly suggesting the public remind the mayor of the adverse effects of scrapping the western extension of the congestion charge zone. Scrapping the zone will: cost Londoners £55 million in lost revenue worsen congestion in We...