Everything tagged with Walking & Cycling Commissioner

Blog post: Mayor doubles London’s cycle tracks

Speaking at the London Walking & Cycling Conference, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and his Walking & Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman, have made a series of announcements regarding cycling. The key one being that they have successful...

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: 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: 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: Manchester set to steal London’s cycling crown?

Mayor Sadiq Khan has admitted he has only built 14km of cycle tracks since coming to power. Our work-in-progress London cycle infrastructure map shows that compared to that, during Boris Johnson’s Mayoralty, London gained 41km of main road...

Blog post: Liveable London conference announced

LCC has partnered with the Dutch Embassy to create the new invite-only "Liveable London Conference" on 13 June for council officers, as part of the City of London's City Cycling Festival. The conference, sponsored by ofo and Rosehill, is set to...

Blog post: Assembly report into cycling infrastructure launches

The London Assembly’s Transport Committee report into its cycling infrastructure investigation is out. Simon Munk, our Infrastructure Campaigner, gave evidence to the inquiry as part of a panel, is quoted in the report and provided the dra...

Blog post: Huge public support for Cycle Superhighway CS9 despite bikelash

The numbers are in, and nearly 60% of the 5,388 responses to the Cycle Superhighway 9 (CS9) consultation supported the proposals, despite a furious bikelash from ward Councillors, some retailers on Chiswick High Road and some residents. The pla...

Blog post: Cycle Superhighway 11 hits headlines

The Mayor of London promised a decision on the gates section of Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) by the end of summer 2017. Set to run between Swiss Cottage and the West End, the scheme has once again hit the headlines, but not for the right reasons...

Blog post: First seven Liveable Neighbourhoods announced

The Mayor of London, his Walking & Cycling Commissioner Will Norman and TfL have announced the first seven boroughs to receive funding for their Liveable Neighbourhood schemes. This is, as our Campaigns Coordinator Fran Graham said in the pr...

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: Will Norman speaks, and is debated, at LCC AGM

Walking & Cycling Commissioner Will Norman spoke on the Mayor’s progress at the London Cycling Campaign AGM on 19 October. The AGM also heard a motion criticising the pace of delivery on the Mayor’s pledges to LCC during our #sig...

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: Will Norman speaks out on 9 Elms

We will ensure that the final designs for Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road offer a safe, high quality cycle route that can be used by all Londoners to travel between Battersea and Vauxhall." Following on from our blog attacking the re...