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Hundreds join “Climate Strike on a Bike” through central LondonPublished: 1:10pm 24 May 2019

 
London Cycling Campaign and Parents for Future have been joined by hundreds of families and adults riding in solidarity with today’s school strikers to demand global action to avert catastrophic climate change.
 
In conjunct...

Mayor doubles London’s cycle tracksPublished: 1:57pm 23 May 2019

Speaking at the London Walking & Cycling Conference, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and his Walking & Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman, have made a series of announcements regarding cycling. The key one being that they have successful...

Join the Climate Strike on a BikePublished: 11:19am 16 May 2019

 
On Friday 24th May, LCC is organising a family friendly ‘Climate Strike on a Bike’ with Parents for the Future. Ride with us through the streets of London in support of School Strikers, on what’s anticipated to be London&...

Richard Balfe completes London Marathon, raising over £2,000 for LCC! Published: 12:00pm 2 May 2019

Huge congratulations to Richard Balfe, the very first person to complete the London Marathon with an official LCC charity place.
Richard is a long-time LCC supporter and cycling advocate. He also owns and manages one of south London's best love...

TfL walking & cycling scheme in Kensington & ChelseaPublished: 4:55pm 1 May 2019

TfL and the Mayor have announced a consultation today on walking and cycling improvements in Kensington & Chelsea across four neighbourhoods.
The schemes include 3.8km of protected cycle route and pedestrian improvements to reduce motor tra...

Temporary works – grabbing the big opportunity of small changePublished: 10:10am 30 April 2019

Photo: Richard Evans
The last few weeks have seen significant, sudden and temporary changes to London streets that can be powerful demonstrations of the type of city and scheme LCC is pushing to happen all over London and permanently. These eve...

Direct Vision solution in sight - Update Published: 5:33pm 5 April 2019

Update April 26th 2019 
EU regulations 
EU parliament approved the regulations, as expected  in mid-April  (see below)  
Direct vision standards in London
Transport for London has announced the final stage of it...

We need to talk about congestionPublished: 12:35pm 4 April 2019

While cycle infrastructure is steadily improving, congestion remains a thorn in the city’s side. Richard Dilks from London First argues we’re long overdue a fresh strategy.
Many positive things have happened to London’s roads ...

Fundraising dinner in memory of Filippo CorsiniPublished: 11:38am 3 April 2019

On Thursday 14th March LCC attended an exquisite dinner kindly hosted by Petersham Nurseries. The dinner was in memory of Filippo Corsini, known to family and friends as Fico, who was tragically killed by an HGV in 2016.
This was a very special n...

The Great Escape returns to London this May! Published: 10:43am 2 April 2019

Back for its fifth year, The Great Escape returns to London Sunday 19 May. 
This fantastic 200km route run by Islington CC will take you from the heart of London, starting at Look Mum No Hands into the rolling countryside of Essex and back...

Taking charge (how ULEZ will help clean up London's lethal air)Published: 3:24pm 1 April 2019

Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, explains why the new ULEZ will help clean up London’s toxic air
Half of London’s toxic air pollution is caused by road transport, which contributes to harmful levels of nit...

Ride Leader Training 2019Published: 5:11pm 26 March 2019

LCC is running a series of Ride Leader training sessions to support people who are interested in leading rides with their Local Groups, particularly the RideLondon FreeCycle feeder rides on Saturday 3 August, 2019.
Consisting of a short clas...

Four new major east London cycle routes: respond todayPublished: 5:04pm 20 March 2019

Great news: TfL has announced the potential alignments of four new major cycle routes. And great news: they’re doing a first round of public engagement to tease out issues and concerns prior to a later public consultation – this is a...

What’s next for Cycle Superhighway CS11? TfL lays out their plansPublished: 5:20pm 19 March 2019

Road conditions inside Regent's Park
On Tuesday, TfL released a new statement on Cycle Superhighway CS11, the legal action against it by Westminster Council and the next steps it and City Hall propose.
The statement may be understated, but it ...

Construction obstruction solution – the cycle tunnelPublished: 3:20pm 8 March 2019

Construction obstruction solution – the cycle tunnel
Road works and construction works can hazardous, obstructive and a massive inconvenience for cyclists. But with a little thought and imagination obstacles can be addressed and resolved...