Everything tagged with tfl

Blog post: Mayor backs 20 mph limits on central London roads

As part of a programme to reduce road danger from vehicles London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan is backing 20 mph speed limits on red routes in central London as a priority, with plans to widen the programme across the rest of the capital. The commi...

Blog post: Thanks for your help! TfL consultations showcase LCC campaigning

A slew of the latest consultation results reports from TfL showcase how your help and LCC’s campaigning work have led to big wins for cycling in London… Cycle Superhighway CS4 Over 3,000 people responded directly to the consultati...

Blog post: Construction Logistics Plans: safe working in a busy city

As part of its partnership work with TfL and the Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) community LCC is looking at some of the innovative approaches to reducing road danger and improving safety implemented by CLOCS members.  En...

Blog post: Consultation on HGV permits and direct vision lorries

Mayor, Sadiq Khan, is committed to ‘Vision Zero’: an elimination of all fatal and serious road collisions by 2041. Part of meeting that commitment is a programme to exclude the most dangerous vehicles, those with the worst ‘bli...

Blog post: Oxford Street: is Sadiq saying "no" to cycling?

Take action on Oxford Street - support removal of motor vehicles and better cycling by clicking here More detailed plans for the "transformation" of Oxford Street have been announced this morning by the Mayor Sadiq Khan, his transport deputy Va...

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: Full response to Mayor's Transport Strategy

If you've got two minutes, please take our easy action to respond to the Mayor's Transport Strategy. However, if you want to write a fuller and more informed response to the strategy, we've now published our full response here (also on our...

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: Take Action: give feedback on the Mayor's Transport Strategy

  The Mayor of London wants to know what you think about his new Mayor's Transport Strategy (MTS) – the document that will dictate policy on how people travel around the city for decades to come. At the London Cycling Campaign, we kno...

Blog post: Take action: take 2 minutes to save “Go Dutch”

Good news: the flood gates have opened, and we’re seeing finally seeing a lot of major cycling and walking schemes coming forward under the Mayor Sadiq Khan.  Bad news: while a couple are excellent, the majority are nowhere near good...

Blog post: Lambeth, Waterloo, Nine Elms go to consultation

Following the general election and end of “purdah” we’ve had three large, exciting infrastructure schemes go into public consultation:  Lambeth Bridge, Waterloo roundabout and Nine Elms Lane/Battesea Park Road. That’...

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 ...