Everything tagged with cycle superhighway

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: 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: Win! Cycle Superhighway CS9 leaps forward

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...

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: A million rides on the East West (since Feb)

Since they were turned on in February, two Cycle Superhighway counters have been quietly racking up the number of people who have cycled along them. And on 23 July, at about 6pm, the East-West counter tripped its millionth ride. There are two cou...

Blog post: Second Cycle Superhighway announced – Tower Bridge to Greenwich

Following hot on the heels of the announcement of CS9 in west London last week, the Mayor of London has today opened the public consultation on CS4 from Tower Bridge to Greenwich. London Cycling Campaign will be producing a campaign action so e...

Blog post: New west London Cycle Superhighway announced

Today, the Mayor of London has taken a major and long-awaited step forward by opening public consultation on CS9 in west London between Olympia and Brentford. London Cycling Campaign will be producing a campaign action so everyone will easily a...

Blog post: Nine Elms “better than Amsterdam”? Not likely!

Boris Johnson promised the Battersea and Nine Elms area would be “better than Amsterdam” for cycling, Lambeth’s Cycling Strategy says it aims to be the “most cycle friendly borough in London”, and TfL says "the prop...

Discussion: Lancaster Gate: two-way at last!

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  After many years of campaigning, the section of Bayswater Road past Lancaster Gate Station has now been converted back to two-way operation. U...

Blog post: Take action: Support changes to the North-South Cycle Superhighway extension

A new TfL consultation shows that the proposed extension to the North-South Cycle Superhighway is moving forward, albeit at snail's pace. The good news is TfL is now consulting on a signalised version of the Snow Hill/West Smithfield junction wi...

Discussion: Cycle Superhighway finally open on West Carriage Drive

Westminster Cycling Campaign:   website    forum    events  After many months of work, road closures and disruption, the segregated cycle track has finally opened along the West Carriage Drive in Hyde P...

Blog post: What did Boris ever do for cycling?

LCC's Infrastructure Campaigner, Simon Munk assesses the impact that Boris Johnson has had on cycling in London Elected for his first term in May 2008, Boris Johnson immediately showed a keen interest in transport - if not cycling directly. Ple...

Blog post: Departing Mayor orders redo of Old Street CS1 shared space

Apex CS1 picture copyright: Nicholas Sanderson As one of his last acts as Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has signed an order to TfL to redo the "Apex" junction at Old Street on Cycle Superhighway CS1. The Mayor's directive says: "TfL recently c...

Blog post: LCC , business leaders , Mayor Boris Johnson and his Cycling Commissioner celebrate as East-West Cycle Superhighway opens

One short ride for Boris Johnson but a lasting legacy for Londoners – the capital’s  Mayor , on his last day in office, opened the new East-West Cycle Superhighway accompanied by dozens of LCC members, including youngsters, as wel...