Everything tagged with Mayor's Transport Strategy

Blog post: Support the bold City of London Transport Strategy

Please take just five minutes to support the City of London’s draft Transport Strategy, out now for public consultation.  It’s a major win for cycling, and you can read it in full here.  This is a visionary strategy that ...

Blog post: Mayor announces “Vision Zero” plan to cut injuries on our roads

Following on from the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, City Hall and TfL are now publishing a series of “action plans” over specific elements of the strategy – giving some extra substance and interim targets to how London will...

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: 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: 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: Mayor and TfL must put walking and cycling first in design and planning

This is a guest blog by Tom Harrison, the Chair of LCC's new Infrastructure Advisory Panel, which will be supporting LCC's consultation responses . All views expressed in this blog are his own. The last few weeks have seen two strategic documen...

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...