Everything tagged with cycle superhighways

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 ...

Blog post: Calls for Mayor to reverse decision on watered down plans for Cycle Superhighway 2 before Mayor's Question Time on Wednesday 21 January

LCC's local group in Tower Hamlets, Tower Hamlets Wheelers, are organising a photo call with Darren Johnson AM and other Assembly members outside City Hall on Wednesday 21 January at 9.15am to demand that the Mayor rethinks his decision to remov...

Blog post: Campaign: Cycle Superhighways & Why They’re So Important

 This article was originally published in the December 2014 edition of London Cyclist With the public consultations now completed, what should we expect from the proposed Cycle Superhighways? Rosie Downes looks at the plans In 2012, the May...

Blog post: Are Cycle Superhighways good for London? A Centre for London debate

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Blog post: Superhighways consultation gets one of the 'highest responses ever' - and 80% supportive

Transport for London's consultations on the North-South and East-West cycle superhighway plans closed yesterday (Sunday 9th November) with one of the 'highest responses ever'. Over 14,000 people responded to the consultations, with 80% of respon...

Blog post: Last chance to have your say on the new Cycle Superhighways plans'

This article was originally posted on the Green Alliance Blog.   In 2013, the mayor of London Boris Johnson published his Vision for Cycling, a document which we described as “one of the most ambitious plans to promote cycling ever pr...