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A Cycle Grid for Central London – what to you think?

As part of the Mayor's Vision for Cycling, Transport for London are consulting on proposed routes for a Central London Cycle Grid. We'd love your views!
  • Rush hour cycle traffic on Blackfriars Road
    Rush hour cycle traffic on Blackfriars Road

Over the next ten years, the Mayor of London will be investing almost £1billion in improving cycle infrastructure across London.  As part of this Vision for Cycling, Transport for London have proposed a series of quiet routes throughout central London as part of the Central London Cycle Grid

Better Bankside will be preparing our own response in the next couple of weeks. We’d be very grateful for your comments by noon on 12th February 2014 on:

  • The routes that cover Bankside: Do they fit where you think they should be?
  • Do you think the approach set for the Quietways is right? Is better signage, more contra flows and better crossings enough to encourage more cyclists?
  •  Do you have any particular niggles on the proposed routes in Bankside that you would like to see changed (e.g. crossings, light phasing, road layout etc.)?

​E-mail any comments or observations to Sophie Tyler on st [at] betterbankside.co.uk (subject: Central%20London%20Cycle%20Grid)

Please follow the hyperlink below for more information on the scheme and how to provide feedback before 14 February 2014: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/cycling/29172.aspx  

 

Created Jan 30 2014