Everything tagged with mayor of london

Blog post: TfL walking & cycling scheme in Kensington & Chelsea

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...

Blog post: Four new major east London cycle routes: respond today

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...

Blog post: Ilford – Barking Riverside future route

Click picture for full route map 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 pub...

Blog post: Hackney – Isle of Dogs future route

Click picture for full route map 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 pub...

Blog post: Dalston – Lea Bridge future route

Click picture for full route map 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 pub...

Blog post: Camden – Tottenham Hale future route

Click picture for full route map 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 pub...

Blog post: What’s next for Cycle Superhighway CS11? TfL lays out their plans

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 ...

Blog post: Westminster’s wishy-washy Oxford Street scheme lurches forward

LCC statement on Westminster’s plans for Oxford Street Westminster council has, in approving spending £150 million over three years on its Oxford Street district plans, once more sought to avoid properly planning to reduce motor tra...

Blog post: 11 new Liveable Neighbourhoods announced

Today’s exciting news from Transport for London sees 11 new Liveable Neighbourhoods dotted across London take a huge step towards becoming reality. They join the existing seven boroughs with funding, bringing the grand total of Liveable Ne...

Blog post: Cycle Superhighway CS11 ruled out (for now) by Westminster action

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. ...

Blog post: Big news! Engagement begins on four new major cycle routes

  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 ...

Blog post: Sadiq launches Cycling Action Plan

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched his long-awaited Action Plan on how he proposes to make London a “byword for cycling”. While the document doesn’t explicitly reference Khan’s commitment to triple the extent of prot...

Blog post: Great news! Cycle Superhighway 4 takes a big step closer

The Mayor of London has announced that Cycle Superhighway 4 (CS4) will move into construction next year. The proposals for CS4 will see protected space for cycling stretching from Tower Bridge to the outskirts of Greenwich. The plans received o...

Blog post: Mayor says Westminster’s Oxford Street plans will leave street “one of the most dangerous in London”

City Hall have responded to Westminster Councils new plans for the Oxford Street district, and we are pleased to see that the Mayor’s response echoes our own assessment of the proposals. The Mayor says that they lack ambition, and by fail...

Blog post: What to look for in a borough Transport Strategy/LIP

  Councils will be working hard now to make sure that their “Local Implementation Plans” (or LIPs) are up to scratch. They are the main way boroughs get funding from Transport for London (TfL) outside of specific funding p...