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Blog post: We think 2012 has been the London Cycling Campaign's most successful year so far

January 2012 started with the commitment by Boris Johnson to review hundreds of dangerous junctions all over the city as a result of months of lobbying by LCC in the wake of the disastrous redesign of Blackfriars and Bow roundabout, where two p...

Discussion: Cycle Superhighways: Boris to plug gap

According to a report in the Evening Standard, the Mayor of London intends to fill a critical gap in the Cycle Superhighway network. The routes currently implemented or planned all terminate around the edge of central London: there are no routes ...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign writes to Transport for London about Olympic Route Network

Responding to complaints from Londoners, LCC has written (see below) to Transport for London's team in charge of the Olympic Route Network urging them to remove several dangerous infrastructure changes implemented this week In many areas, chang...

Blog post: Ride to show MPs there are people-friendly solutions to problems of road danger

Please join us on Wednesday 22 February 2012 when concerned cyclists will ride past the Palace of Westminster asking MPs to make the success of continental-standard infrastructure a key part of their Commons debate on cycling the following day. ...

Blog post: Safe bike lanes and junctions will persuade us to cycle more, say the majority of Londoners

The next Mayor of London must prioritise safe and convenient bike lanes and make junctions and roundabouts less dangerous if they want to encourage more cycling, according to a YouGov survey published today. The survey, which suggests over half...

Blog post: Are you a graphic artist who can create inspiring streetscapes of London?

A key part of our work is persuading decision-makers to remodel our streets so they're more appealing for cyclists and walkers. To boost major campaigns such as Blackfriars and the forthcoming ‘Go Dutch’, we need top-quality visuals...

Blog post: Wandsworth and Bow Superhighways fall short of mayoral ambitions for London cycling

London’s two newest Cycle Superhighways, 2 and 8, are being launched this week. It's disappointing that both will stop short of their original planned destinations. In both cases local authorities, Newham and Westminster, appear to be the ...