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City Transport Strategy a major win on cyclingPublished: 5:53pm 10 October 2018

The City of London’s draft Transport Strategy, due for ratification by the Planning and Transportation Committee on 30 October, is quite a document.
You can read it in full here: http://democracy.cityoflondon.gov.uk/documents/s102969/Draf...

Mayor’s timeline on junctions doesn’t add upPublished: 3:20pm 3 October 2018

Following our hand-in of nearly 3,000 signatures to our "Fix the Junctions" petition, London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon pressed Mayor Sadiq Khan on his progess on the most dangerous junctions.
The Mayor had pledged during our Si...

Private Hire Vehicles to get congestion charged?Published: 1:17pm 2 October 2018

Photo credit: Simon Doggett

 
TfL has just finished consulting on proposals to change the central London’s congestion charging – primarily to remove the current exemption for private hire vehicles.
Given that TfL attribut...

Mayor calls on EU to accelerate safer lorries regulationsPublished: 4:52pm 14 September 2018

Mayor calls on EU to accelerate safer lorries regulations
In a letter to EU Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska, London’s Mayor, Sadiq Khan, says the EU should set earlier start dates for regulations that will require manufacturers to build lo...

Big win: Bank junction safety scheme made permanentPublished: 3:36pm 13 September 2018

The City of London Corporation’s Court of Common Council has voted to make the Bank on Safety scheme permanent. This trial has proved that with political will councils can gain major safety, pollution-abatement, and quality of life benefit...

LCC Reaction to Judicial Review of CS11Published: 1:00pm 13 September 2018

LCC is very disappointed that today’s result of the Judicial Review called by Westminster Council of the planned new Cycle Superhighway 11 has kicked this vital segregated cycle route into touch. In calling a halt to the scheme the judge h...

Mayor answers questions on dangerous junctions - updated article following junctions petition from 3,000 Published: 1:45pm 11 September 2018

Update 19 Septermber 2018 - Full transcript of Mayor's answers at bottom of this article
Update September 13th 2018: Answering questions from London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon, Mayor Sadiq Khan has promised to provide a full list of the s...

Local Group News: September 2018Published: 11:58am 6 September 2018

London Cycling Campaign has a network of over 30 Local Groups across London, one per borough.
Find out what they've been up to in their latest Newsletters.
If you're an LCC member, you'll receive your borough Newsletter in your la...

Going Dutch! The David Eales Memorial Ride cycles again this year from London to AmsterdamPublished: 11:53am 4 September 2018

A tour to the Dutch cycling city is a must says Nick Moffitt - and there's still time to join the 2018 ride
You'd  probably  never  guess  that  I  could  make  the  350  miles  to  Am...

Hundreds tell the Mayor his inaction #MustEndNowPublished: 4:23pm 21 August 2018

 
Photo: Daniel Glasser 
Last night, around 500 cyclists gathered, rode and blocked Holborn junction to protest the lack of progress on making London “a byword for cycling”.
The protest ride, organised by LCC, stopped at t...

Protest: Monday, from 5:30pm, HolbornPublished: 12:42pm 15 August 2018

Today we are mourning another cyclist, in another collision with a large vehicle, at another notorious set of junctions, in London.
This time it was High Holborn in Camden, where LCC has already protested, in 2013, following the death of Alan N...

Another day, another junction, another delay, another collisionPublished: 3:37pm 1 August 2018

The depressing cycle of inaction on the most dangerous junctions in London continues. Join us in demanding that ends now in our petition: sign here.
In the last week, there have been three bits of bad news and one bit of good on the progress on...

FreeCycle 2018: London's biggest family-friendly free cycling festival.Published: 1:38pm 1 August 2018

After a scorching few weeks, the heavens opened the evening before FreeCycle, and those up early on Saturday morning might have looked outside their window with a little trepidation, however it did not deter our amazing volunteers from guiding t...

Mayor announces “Vision Zero” plan to cut injuries on our roadsPublished: 5:50pm 27 July 2018

Following on from the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, City Hall and TfL are now publishing a series of “action plans” over specific elements of the strategy – giving some extra substance and interim targets to how London will...

Mayor and TfL launch broadsides at WestminsterPublished: 5:07pm 10 July 2018

At the same time as the Mayor of London released his full letter to Cllr Nickie Aiken, leader of Westminster Council, Transport for London (TfL) have published its consultation report on the Oxford Street scheme. Both documents make clear the fu...