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Cycle Superhighways cause congestion? The opposite, says Inrix reportPublished: 3:52pm 17 October 2016

Cycle Superhighways are implied as the cause of London's buses going slower than a "horse and cart" according to a spate of newspaper reports triggered by a piece in The Times. The data to show this appears to come from an Inrix report that does...

Healthy Streets are cycling and walking streetsPublished: 10:25am 11 October 2016

 
There’s a rising idea in London’s corridors of power – and it’s a good one. “Healthy Streets” is a term that’s been coined at TfL, and it’s an idea that both London Cycling Campaign and Liv...

LCC welcomes greener river crossings, but not SilvertownPublished: 2:18pm 4 October 2016

From the press release that has just gone out...
The London Cycling Campaign welcomes the announcement from the Mayor that London is set to get a series of much-needed, new and green river crossings that prioritise cycling, walking and public t...

Safer In The City? Safer on #TaviPlacePublished: 3:16pm 3 October 2016

There seems to be some confusion (on twitter) about recent campaigning events around the City of London’s “Safer In The City” event and a co-signed statement between London Cycling Campaign, The LTDA and the City; and the Londo...

LCC WIN! Most dangerous lorries to be banned from London's streetsPublished: 12:23pm 30 September 2016

As a direct result of London Cycling Campaign action, Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced moves to fulfil one of his key #signforcycling pledges - to take a bold step towards ending lorry danger by making "Direct Vision" lorries, which are the s...

BIKE TEST (longtermer): Kinesis 4S DiscPublished: 9:42pm 29 September 2016

My annual cycling habits are pretty consistent and I clock up about 8,000 road miles every 12 months. The majority are consumed on the 26-mile daily commute to LCC head office from west London, then there’s the racing (mainly criterions...

Take action: Save Tavistock Place in one minutePublished: 3:41pm 14 September 2016

(Picture credit: Josh Blacker)
Want to save the iconic #TaviPlace cycle tracks from cabbies who just want to avoid the Euston Road? Want a nicer place to live, work, cycle and walk, not a traffic-choked ratrun?
Go to the consultation page here...

Cycle to Work Day with London BikeTubes Published: 1:09pm 14 September 2016

On one of the warmest September days since 1911, over a hundred commuters swapped the heat of the tube for the breeze of their bike and joined one of our 13 led rides to their workplace for this year’s Cycle to Work Day.
 
From Sheph...

Bike Theft Survey Published: 10:03am 6 September 2016

A new London focused cycle theft survey has been launched by Stolen Ride and London Cycling Campaign.
The survey aims to gain a true understanding of the experiences and needs of London cyclists, especially in relation to cycle theft.
TAKE THE...

Have your say: GLA congestion inquiryPublished: 11:18am 26 August 2016

The London Assembly’s Transport Committee is investigating issues around rising congestion in London. They say: “Following a long period of relative stability, London’s roads have been getting busier and more congested for at l...

Get a CleanSpace Tag and help build a street-by-street air pollution map of London Published: 10:08am 25 August 2016

LCC members are invited to register for free CleanSpace tags to help map London''s polluted air and find how good or bad the air quality is on your own journeys. Read on to find out more! 
When it comes to toxic air quality, cyclists are o...

A tribute to David EalesPublished: 1:19pm 24 August 2016

 
The London Cycling Campaign is deeply saddened to hear of the tragic death of one of our most active members, David Eales.
David, who was a prominent member of Ealing Cycling Campaign, passed away in hospital on Tuesday 23rd August after ...

Local Group News: September 2016Published: 12:30pm 23 August 2016

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...

Cycling success in Rio!Published: 3:55pm 16 August 2016

Even though LCC concentrates on making our streets safer, so that more people can experience the joy of cycling from A to B, or around town at the weekend, rather than as a competitive sport; we still can’t avoid the fact that we love cycl...

Women in CyclingPublished: 2:01pm 9 August 2016

In London twice as many men cycle as women - across the UK women account for only 27% of cycle commuters. Rosie Downes investigates
Across the UK, areas that already have relatively high levels of cycling (such as Cambridge) have a better gende...