“At the junction of Frampton Street and Lisson Grove, we are proposing to replace the existing cycle track arrangement with a more suitable facility shared with cyclists and pedestrians. It is proposed to repave this section of footway and remove guardrailing. This new arrangement will help improve access to the Regent’s Canal for all users.
“Road markings showing cycle logos will be introduced on the carriageway along Lyons Place and Fisherton Street.
“In Aberdeen Place, we are proposing to adjust the kerb line to make turning easier for cycling. The junction of Aberdeen Place and Lyons Place is subject to a future scheme for public realm improvements. This junction will be consulted on separately later this year.
“Along Blomfield Road between Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue, we are proposing to resurface the carriageway where it is in need of maintenance. It is also proposed to replace the damaged speed cushions along Blomfield Road with cycle friendly sinusoidal speed humps.
“The alignment of this Quietway cycle route between Warwick Avenue and Westbourne Terrace Road is subject to further investigation and future consultation.”
We attended the public exhibition and discussed the scheme with Westminster Cyclists.
Our response is here on Cyclescape