Everything tagged with tfl

Blog post: Mayor launches new Transport Strategy – LCC’s initial take

The Mayor has announced a new Transport Strategy, covering up to 2041 and even beyond on some pledges. It’s out for public consultation until 2 October, and we’re keen for you to feed into our Cyclescape thread. We’ll then asse...

Blog post: Strategic Cycling Analysis – the future of London cycling, mapped

TfL’s Strategic Cycling Analysis (SCA) could be just about the biggest thing to happen for cycling in London in some time. It’s almost certain to be the biggest thing in terms of campaigning for cycling. What is it? The SCA is a bi...

Blog post: Take action: Last chance to make Oxford Street amazing

TfL's consultation on plans to transform Oxford Street from the polluted, congested, collision-heavy horror it is now into something amazing closes Sunday 18 June. So, if like the Mayor of London, Living Streets and London Cycling Campaign you ...

Blog post: Oxford Street - what about cycling?

TfL, the Mayor of London and Westminster Council have announced a new consultation to consider broad options and issues over the removal of motor traffic from Oxford Street. The good news, in other words, is most motor vehicles should be set to ...

Blog post: Will Norman starts as first full time Walking and Cycling Commissioner

In the week following the tragic deaths of three cyclists in London, Will Norman, the new Walking and Cycling Commissioner has begun his job. Norman has announced a new "Healthy Streets for London" document, a "blueprint to help Londoners get mo...

Blog post: Take action: have your say on bus safety & network issues with London Assembly

The London Assembly's Transport Committee are holding another investigation, following their recently concluded one into congestion (that the London Cycling Campaign contributed to). This time it's on buses - their safety and network/routing des...

Blog post: LCC, TfL & Tideway collaborate to keep Superhighway link open

Great news - LCC, TfL (including the award-winning Michael Barratt, Richard Whybrow, Paul Wilson and Luckman Agboola) and engineers at Tideway have collaborated on ensuring the cycling link is properly preserved between the North-South and East-...

Blog post: Mayor announces £770m doubling of cycling budget

London Cycling Campaign applauds news that the Mayor will invest £770 million over the next five years on cycling to 2021/22. According to TfL, that is almost double the average spend of the previous mayoralty, during which period the East...

Blog post: New Superhighways and Quietways stats from TfL

TfL has today released a new briefing note on progress on its Cycle Superhighways and Quietways programmes. There's a lot in the note, but here's the most important bits... On Cycle Superhighways "In only five months… there has been mor...

Blog post: Bow Roundabout Vigil 5th Anniversary

This is a guest post from Tower Hamlets Wheelers. See their original blog here. All welcome at the vigil. Event details here. On Friday, 18th November Tower Hamlets Wheelers [1] will be commemorating the fifth anniversary of the vigil that we o...

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...

Blog post: AGM 2016 report

Our annual conference started with a look at the state of play for the charity right now and where we intend to go in the next year. Finances – Ashok Sinha, our CEO, laid out the rather grim circumstances charities are currently operating...

Blog post: Val Shawcross announces new Cycle Superhighways at LCC AGM

Speaking to our AGM, the Deputy Mayor for Transport under new Mayor Sadiq Khan, Val Shawcross emphasised the Mayor, the London Assembly and TfL’s ongoing commitment to cycling – as well as dropping in some surprise announcements. It...

Blog post: Healthy Streets are cycling and walking streets

  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...

Blog post: Mayor moves forward on CS11

Following the announcement of the new Mayor of London approving the extension to the North-South Cycle Superhighway, the Mayor has today announced his intention to move forward with CS11 also. TfL has published its report on the consultation fo...