Everything tagged with infrastructure

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: Space for Cycling win at Westminster Bridge South

TfL have revealed exciting plans for protected space for cycling on Westminster Bridge and around the old Park Plaza roundabout, on the south/east side of the Thames. The London Cycling Campaign is supporting the scheme and we'd love you to, by...

Blog post: Space for Cycling win goes in at Tavistock Place

In the run-up to the May 2014 local council elections, Camden Cyclists (the local branch of the London Cycling Campaign) asked ward councillors to deal with the overcrowded segregated track at Torrington Place in the west end. Camden Council is ...

Discussion: Number of London cyclists has doubled between 2001 and 2011-improved infrastructure needed sooner rather than later

According to the new ONS report 'Cycling to Work' (26/3/14) the numbers cycling to work in London doubled between 2001 and 2011.  The report states 'Between2001and2011thenumberofpeoplelivinginLondonthatcycledtoworkmore than doubledfrom77,00...

Blog post: Mayor Boris Johnson ducks Londoners' calls for a real cycling legacy after Olympics

Today, Boris Johnson re-announced a two-day summer festival of cycling for 2013 (it had been known about since January), which will involve a traffic-free event in central London on Saturday 3 August (like Skyride) and, the next day, a mass cyclin...

Blog post: Tour of Cambridge shows how local cycling and walking trips can be encouraged over driving

Recently the London Cycling Campaign visited Cambridge to give a presentation on Love London, Go Dutch to the Cambridge Cycling Campaign (CCC). We enjoyed a tour of Cambridge's cycling infrastructure from CCC chair Martin Lucas-Smith (abov...

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 ...