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Archives for February 2019

Safer lorries on the horizon as London and Brussels back better direct vision in all new HGVs and seek to eliminate built-in ‘blind spots’ Published: 4:37pm 15 February 2019

Safer lorries on the horizon as London and Brussels back better direct vision  in all new HGVs and seek to eliminate built-in ‘blind spots’ 
Lorry safety is set to improve as London, the European Commission and European Parl...

Cycle Superhighway CS11 ruled out (for now) by Westminster actionPublished: 5:37pm 8 February 2019

Sad news: the High Court has ruled that Westminster Council's judicial review of TfL's action on Cycle Superhighway CS11 cannot be appealed. The likely result is that work to tame the horrific Swiss Cottage gyratory will now be set back years.
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1-min action: Tell Westminster today to not cut cycle routePublished: 2:59pm 7 February 2019

Westminster Council are renowned for their antipathy towards cycling and walking – they’ve recently opposed pedestrianisation of Oxford Street despite major and mounting safety concerns, they’ve legally challenged Cycle Superhi...

Big news! Engagement begins on four new major cycle routesPublished: 3:14pm 1 February 2019

 

TfL has begun public engagement of the first four of its new high-priority “future routes”. With the Mayor announcing he is scrapping “Cycle Superhighway” and “Quietway” brandings, we don’t know ...

Win! Cycle Superhighway CS9 leaps forwardPublished: 10:47am 1 February 2019

To some of you it might have seemed like a long, quiet patch without anything happening on Cycle Superhighway 9. But that isn’t the case.
The route is due to stretch 7km from Brentford to Olympia, the first physically protected cycle trac...