Everything tagged with camden

Blog post: Plans unveiled for space for cycling across Camden Town

Camden Council has unveiled plans for an important new two-way east-west cycle route across Camden Town. It will run from St Pancras Way along Pratt Street, across Royal College Street to Camden High Street, where a two-way cycle crossing will be ...

Blog post: Space for Cycling success! Camden to trial 'cycle street'

London Cycling Campaign, Camden Cycling Campaign and others have welcomed the news that Camden Council has signed off a trial which will double the space for cycling on Tavistock Place. Camden Cycling Campaign's article explains the plans in more ...

Blog post: West End Project plans approved by Camden Council

Camden Council’s Cabinet has approved plans to move ahead with the West End Project proposals to transform the Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street area. Update 1st July 2015 - Taxi Driver Challenge Fails in Court In short 30 minute befor...

Blog post: Plans progress for West End Project

Camden Council have published a report following their consultation on the West End Project transforming the Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street area. It is one of the largest public realm projects in London, and one which our local group in Cam...

Blog post: Opinion: Jean Dollimore

This article was originally published in the December 2014 edition of London Cyclist As the winner of LCC’s Outstanding Contribution to Cycle Campaigning award, Jean shares with us a typical week in her life Monday started with writing...

Blog post: Inquest into death at notorious Camden junction last November finds Space for Cycling could have prevented cycling tragedy

The London Cycling Campaign is calling on supporters in Camden to lobby for a safe cycling boulevard in Clerkenwell, the existence of which would almost certainly have saved the life of Londoner Francis Golding killed in a coach crash last Novem...

Blog post: City of London shows boroughs the benefits of returning minor one-way streets to two-way cycling

View Larger Map The City of London is making another 30 minor one-way streets two-way for cycling, having already successfully implemented two-way cycling already on around 50 streets in the Square Mile in the last few years. We presented the Ci...

Blog post: Royal College Street cycle tracks in Camden use planters and rumble strips to protect cyclists from motor traffic

A £50,000 scheme to improve Royal College Street in Camden has been praised for keeping cyclists away from motor traffic. Previously, the street had a two-way track on one side of the street, which was kerb-separated from the one-way carr...

Discussion: Kentish Town Road lorries unloading

Have noticed since I started taking this route that on the southbound lanes, there are always a large number of lorries unloading during rush hour. This necessitates, due to the high volume of traffic, multiple merges with the right-hand lane, ca...

Discussion: Euston Circus proposals

TfL have recently posted details of a consultation on their proposals for Euston Circus. They are here:https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/streets/euston-circus/ This page contains a form for the public to send feedback and also links to the consult...

Discussion: Royal College Street Cycle Lane

Is anyone else scratching thier head over this rather quirky stretch of cycleway? I'm new to this forum so appologies in advance if I mess something up! I use this every day and the following makes life harder than it should be: I've been very c...

Discussion: Bloomsbury way bus lane

Is anybody familiar with the bus lane eastbound on Bloomsbury way? Apparently it’s buses only, but cyclists use it (for obvious reasons) and TfL have been alerted to some ‘near misses’ and been asked to do something about it.Any ...