Everything tagged with cycle superhighways

Blog post: Westminster launching CS11 judicial review, after Oxford Street opposition

Westminster Council's leaders intend to launch a judicial review against Cycle Superhighway CS11 works starting at Swiss Cottage, it has been revealed by The Guardian. The news comes a week after the council's leaders declared the removal of mot...

Blog post: London Assembly tells Mayor to beef up cycle track design, delivery

The London Assembly’s comprehensive report on cycling tells the Mayor to make the London Cycle Design Standards a required part of the planning process in the capital. It also wants him to publish timetables for infrastructure delivery. Th...

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: 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: Close the gates: all stakeholders agree to Regent’s Park CS11 plan

Westminster City Council and Crown Estates Paving Commission have written to LCC to confirm they will not oppose closing the gates of Regent’s Park to through motor traffic as part of the proposed new Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11).  Af...

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: 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: 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: Update: Another tragedy. Cycling and walking schemes only way forward says LCC, following series of fatalities

Just two days after the blog below was written we learned, with great sadness, of yet another cycling fatality on London's roads in the same week. In this case the death took place on the North Woolwich Road and involved a lorry. This brings the...

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: "Dear London Zoo"

  Eight-year-old Archie has sent us this letter he's written to ZSL London Zoo, asking them to reconsider their opposition to CS11. Here's Archie's letter in full:   Dear London Zoo, We are writing to you to express how sad we ar...

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: Cycle Superhighways cause congestion? The opposite, says Inrix report

Cycle Superhighways are implied as the cause of London's buses going slower than a "horse and cart" according to a spate of newspaper reports triggered by a piece in The Times. The data to show this appears to come from an Inrix report that does...