Everything tagged with westminster

Discussion: Green Park: work starts on Cycle Superhighway

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  Work has now started on a further section of the East-West Cycle Superhighway alongside Constitution Hill, on the edge of Green Park. A segregat...

Discussion: Baker Street: LCC emergency motion on Westminster

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  At its Annual General Meeting on 15th October, the London Cycling Campaign passed the following motion: Noting Westminster City Council’s re...

Discussion: Westminster approves 20mph trial

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  After many years of resistance, Westminster has agreed to the trial of a 20mph speed limit in selected places. The Cabinet Member for City Manag...

Discussion: Regent's Park: Westminster opposes gate closures

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  Westminster council has continued its opposition to closing the gates of Regent's Park at certain times to traffic other than cycles. In response ...

Discussion: Westminster bids for Low Emission Neighbourhood

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events Westminster City Council is bidding to be one of two boroughs to receive £1m of funding from the Greater London Authority and Transport for London. Th...

Blog post: Take action: make Vauxhall Cross marvellous for cycling

It's the last few days to get in a response to TfL's public consultation on the Vauxhall Cross area. This has the potential to be a big win for the London Cycling Campaign and all cyclists who ride through the area - with the plans including hig...

Blog post: CAMPAIGN SUCCESS! Cycle Superhighway begins to take shape on the Embankment

We're delighted to see the new East-West Cycle superhighway beginning to take shape along the Embankment, where cyclists are already making good use of the near-finished stretch leading up to Westminster Bridge. The route will provide a fully segr...

Blog post: The case of the missing space for cycling: Cycling Commissioner says he is not supportive of the Baker Street scheme

Westminster City Council’s consultation on returning Baker Street and Gloucester Place to two-way motor traffic comes to a close this week. Not much has been said about the plans during the consultation. It’s possible that Westminster ...

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: Westminster Quietway plans represent a 1% improvement for cycling

William Street in Westminster - a planned Quietway route, but no plans to reduce parking or through motor traffic Westminster City Council is currently consulting on its Quietway plans – but disappointingly, the proposals don’t offe...

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: Seymour Place: remove the dangerous Cycle Hire Scheme Bay

Since last summer, a lot of money allocated for cycling has gone into creating, taking down and rebuilding three times over a cycle bay on Seymour Place, South of Marylebone. This bay represents a dangerous hazard for cyclists. Can LCC campaign ...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign protests against Westminster Council plans for Haymarket and Lower Regent Street

View Larger Map This is despite council statistics showing huge increases in people cycling to work in Westminster in recent years. Haymarket and Lower Regent Street are two one-way streets with high volumes of fast taxis, buses, coaches, cars a...

Blog post: Tom's London Classics: Evans Cycles

These days it is London’s most visible bike chain, but London Cycling Campaign's Tom Bogdanowicz revisits the history of FW Evans as part of the ongoing 'Tom's London Classics' series. Photos: lugwork on ‘The Evans’ (top le...

Discussion: Deleted posting

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » The Canal and River Trust (successor to British Waterways) is inviting feedback on proposed towpath improvements between Great Western Road and Gasworks Dock, near the ...