Everything tagged with cycle superhighways

Blog post: "Dear London Zoo"

  Eight-year-old Archie has sent us this letter he's written to ZSL London Zoo, asking them to reconsider their opposition to CS11. Here's Archie's letter in full:   Dear London Zoo, We are writing to you to express how sad we ar...

Blog post: New Superhighways and Quietways stats from TfL

TfL has today released a new briefing note on progress on its Cycle Superhighways and Quietways programmes. There's a lot in the note, but here's the most important bits... On Cycle Superhighways "In only five months… there has been mor...

Blog post: Bow Roundabout Vigil 5th Anniversary

This is a guest post from Tower Hamlets Wheelers. See their original blog here. All welcome at the vigil. Event details here. On Friday, 18th November Tower Hamlets Wheelers [1] will be commemorating the fifth anniversary of the vigil that we o...

Blog post: Cycle Superhighways cause congestion? The opposite, says Inrix report

Cycle Superhighways are implied as the cause of London's buses going slower than a "horse and cart" according to a spate of newspaper reports triggered by a piece in The Times. The data to show this appears to come from an Inrix report that does...

Blog post: Take action: Save Tavistock Place in one minute

(Picture credit: Josh Blacker) Want to save the iconic #TaviPlace cycle tracks from cabbies who just want to avoid the Euston Road? Want a nicer place to live, work, cycle and walk, not a traffic-choked ratrun? Go to the consultation page here...

Blog post: Mayor moves forward on CS11

Following the announcement of the new Mayor of London approving the extension to the North-South Cycle Superhighway, the Mayor has today announced his intention to move forward with CS11 also. TfL has published its report on the consultation fo...

Blog post: CS9 Cycle Superhighway on the way?

Good news: CS9, between Olympia and Hounslow in west London, looks like it will go to public consultation, at least in part, soon. In 2010, a cycle superhighway between Hounslow and Hyde Park was one of the twelve radial routes proposed as the ...

Blog post: Campaign Success as Superhighways open

London Cycling Campaign (LCC) supporters today joined departing Mayor Boris Johnson to celebrate the opening of the new East-West and North-South Cycle Superhighways at the junction of the two, at Blackfriars Bridge and Embankment. LC...

Blog post: Majority support CS11 despite fierce opposition

Two-thirds of respondents to TfL’s public consultation on Cycle Superhighway CS11 from Swiss Cottage to central London, via Regent’s Park, supported the proposals. So, thanks to hard campaigning from London Cycling Campaign and our b...

Blog post: Take action: for more Cycle SuperHighway extensions, Better Junctions and great cycling

All consultations listed here closed 20 March or earlier. The good news is right before the end of the current Mayor's term, we're seeing a deluge of amazing schemes that could help London take a huge leap towards being a truly cycling-friendly...

Blog post: TfL launches new 'hold the left' junction on Cycle Superhighway 2

Transport for London today unveiled its new 'Hold the left' junction on Cycle Superhighway 2, where the cycle route along Whitechapel Rd meets Cambridge Heath Rd. We've welcomed the ambition to upgrade Cycle Superhighway 2. It's a notoriously dan...

Blog post: Partial success for CS1 plans

Transport for London has published its response to the consultation on Cycle Superhighway 1, which is due to run from White Hart Lane in Tottenham to Liverpool Street station. TfL consulted on plans for the route back in February, with propos...

Blog post: CS1: Superhighway or superquietway?

Transport for London is currently consulting on its plans for Cycle Superhighway 1 (CS1), which would run from White Hart Lane in Tottenham to Liverpool Street station, forming part of the London-wide network of Cycle Superhighways. There's been ...

Blog post: Mayor set to be quizzed on cycling underspend

The Mayor of London today broke ground on the new North-South cycle superhighway - but with so little cycling provision actually on the ground since Boris was elected on a cycling ticket, London Assembly members want to know what he's going...

Blog post: A campaign success - but is TfL's own board a threat to the superhighways?

Tweet // Boris Johnson and TfL have now published their response to the consultation and final plans for the construction of the new East-West and North-South cycle superhighways in London. We’re delighted to see that despite ...