Audrey de Nazelle spoke to us at our meeting on 20th June
Signage, Quick Wins, Eyre St Hill; CS consultations; GRID..Delancey-Pratt and Parkway junctions; QW3; bikehangars; Cobden
Present: George Coulouris, Jean Dollimore, John Chamberlain (CCC). Councillor Julian Fullbrook, Simi Shah, Natasha Brown (LB Camden)
Minutes of last meeting: no need to spend time on this because all points arising are included in the spreadsheet.
George Coulouris has developed the Cyclescape Issues Map – a tool that gets information from Issues on the cycle campaigners forum and shows their positions, with textual summaries and links to Cyclescape.
We have won a battle. Now we need to work to win the peace! At the end of November Camden Council will change the road layout to double the space for cycling for a 1-year trial period.
Dates: consultation 2nd July 2015; reply due end July (?).
CC member dealing with it George Coulouris. Responded to email@example.com 26th July 2015.
Quick wins on hold; separate meetings for cycle parking; upcoming study on Fleet fyratory; insert w-way cycling into local schemes; minor upgrades RCS; RCS/KTR junction; separate meetings on Tavistock place and on Holborn
Dates: consultation 3 November 2014; reply due 14 December 2014. CC member responsible George Coulouris. Responded December 14th.
Camden Cyclists Members Monthly Meeting 17th Nov 2014 Brian Deegan is the Principal Technical Specialist – Cycling – at TFL, but until last year he worked for Camden and designed the improvements to Royal College Street which we all appreciate. His comprehensive approach to cycling design can be seen in the London Cycling Design Standards (2nd edition)…. [Read More]
After 10 years as Coordinator of Camden Cycling Campaign, Jean recently stood down from that role. The Mayor of Camden, together with Councillors Phil Jones and Julian Fulbrook, hosted a well-attended reception to celebrate Jean’s contribution to cycling in Camden.