Everything tagged with City of London

Blog post: 20 on the 20th - 20 mph limit in City of London from 20th July

As of the 20th of July all roads in the City of London, except Lower/Upper Thames St, will have a 20 mph speed limit. The welcome reduction in the limit (from 30mph) vindicates the long standing 20 mph campaign of LCC activists who live and work i...

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: Eight more streets in the City of London are being returned to two-way for cycling

View Larger Map The City of London is planning to make eight more streets that are currently one-way into two-way for cycling. In October 2012, the City consulted on proposals to return 33 more one-way streets in the City two-way for cycling. A...

Blog post: Voice of the Month: Dr Rachel Aldred from the University of Westminster explains why 'space for cycling' is so important at Aldgate

Dr Rachel Aldred (pictured below) is senior lecturer in transport at the University of Westminster, as well as being a London Cycling Campaign trustee. Here, she looks at plans for the Aldgate gyratory, and explains why 'space for cycling' is so i...

Blog post: Removal of Aldgate one-way system welcomed but condemnation for lack of safe cycling facilities

View Larger Map The London Cycling Campaign has welcomed plans to remove the one-way system around Aldgate tube station, but we’re calling for much greater protection for cyclists throughout the scheme. There’s strong concern over ho...

Blog post: Cyclists outnumber cars in City of London

"Cyclists have for the first time outnumbered motorists on some of the country's busiest commuter routes during rush hour" reports Robin Henry in Today's Sunday Times (p.11).Henry quotes monitoring data from Transport for London, Mouchel/Sustrans ...