Everything tagged with two-way

Discussion: Vincent Square: council still opposes two-way cycling

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster council is still opposed to two-way cycling in Vincent Square, one of the requests the London Cycling Campaign put to candidates in May's elections as part i...

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...

Discussion: Westminster unveils plans for Haymarket, Lower Regent Street and Waterloo Place

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster has now published its proposals for Haymarket, Lower Regent Street and Waterloo Place. Although this is the second phase of the Piccadilly one-way project, th...

Blog post: Cautious welcome for Transport for London King's Cross and Bow announcements on cyclist and pedestrian safety

In response to recent campaigns by cyclists and pedestrians, Transport for London (TfL) has announced a "strategic review of traffic movements" around King's Cross, including examining the feasibility of returning it to two-way. TfL also says...

Blog post: Cyclists urged to email City of London to support more one-way streets reverting to two-way

Cyclists are being urged to email their support for proposals to revert 10 one-way locations in the City of London to two-way for cycling. As reported on the Cyclist in the City blog, the City of London has opened a consultation until Thursday ...