A family ride to explore the new cycle infrastructure while enjoying a view of the Tower and a tea break in St James Park.
Will Norman, London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner told us how TfL will implement the Mayor’s transport strategy for Healthy Streets.
This new link joins the Royal College St, Pancras Rd route to CS6 which runs from Judd St to Elephant & Castle; and meets CS3 at Blackfriars bridge
Report on ride: Southwark & Burgess Park, Peckham Rye Common, Dulwich & Brockwell Park, Clapham Common, Battersea and Hyde Park.
Early in May, two-way cycling was introduced into St Cross Street and Saffron Street close to the route of CS6.
Family ride for children and beginners to Roundwood Park via King Edward VII Park & Willesden Sports Centre, home via Tiverton Green. Led by Geoff Stilwell
Leisurely, family ride led by Geoff Stilwell, around Welsh Harp with refreshments at Birchen Road Garden Centre, returning via Gladstone Park.
Camden Council have won funding to remove the gyratory and make much better use of the surrounding streets.
By the end of March, the cycle signals are working and Midland Road is progressing, following the closure of Judd Street in January.
No more rat-running via this street and better access from Red Lion Square for people using inclusive cycles.