Everything tagged with signage

Blog post: Map and photos showing cycling facilities at the Lea Interchange during the Olympic Games

The photos and map below show the likely route taken by cyclist Dan Harris, moments before he was hit by a left-turning bus at the Lea Interchange, on the edge of the Olympic Park. Our evidence suggests the victim was following signage and cyclin...

Blog post: Westfield Stratford cements reputation as the worst designer of cycle lanes in London

It’s hard to believe that anyone could have designed, built or approved the latest cycle lane disasters at the new Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, East London (see photos above and below). The shopping giant has already been ...

Blog post: Long-term lobbying on roadworks bears fruit as Transport for London and Camden heed cyclist advice

Long-term lobbying of Transport for London and local councils around roadworks taking account of cyclists is finally paying off.   Recent intervention by our local groups in Southwark and Camden has made sure roadworks on busy cycle routes...

Discussion: Signing road hazards

Has anyone experience of putting up signs in the public realm (lamposts etc) advising of, say, hazards to road users?  

Blog post: Cyclists ask for removal of unnecessary roadwork signs in Seymour Place, Westminster

This contractor has decided that cycling through a 2m-wide gap is too difficult for most people. There was no-one there to ask when this photo was taken by an LCC member, but we're tracking down the contractor to see if we can get the signs rem...