Information, news and events sent to Camden Cyclists members and London Cycling Campaign members living in Camden.
Opposition to CS11, which would route a superhighway through Swiss Cottage and eliminate the hostile gyratory there is very active and vocal. There will be rallying both in favour and against CS11 this coming Saturday, 8 October at Swiss Cottage at 11am————–
TAVISTOCK PLACE URGENT!!!
Camden Council is consulting on the future of Tavistock Place. The 12-month trial of the new layout has already improved the area hugely.
The proposed scheme features:
• Stepped 2.2m cycle tracks with lower kerbs and no other separators – easier to cross the tracks, but good protection for those cycling
• wider pavements – more space for pedestrians and the mobility-impaired• Continuous pavement at side roads – reinforces pedestrian and cycling priority over turning vehicles
• Raised junctions to calm traffic – slow down turning traffic, reduce collision risk and severity
Please tell Camden to make the new layout permanent by filling the consultation questionnaire at https://bit.ly/2cUZO5d
We’ll need as much support as possible to ensure that the wider lanes can become a permanent feature. There is much opposition to this, particularly from taxi drivers and the Imperial Hotels group.
The consultation closes on 21 October so we need maximum response URGENTLY
Prof John Adams
DIARY Saturday 8 October 11am
Save CS11 Hampstead Theatre
NW3 3EU to counter the Stop CS11 Protestors Monday 10 October 17.30
Stop the Killing Rally.
Pratt Street/Camden High Street junction
In memory of Sheila Karsberg, killed here recently https://stopthekilling.org.uk/2016/09/stop-the-killing-pratt-street-action/ Saturday 15 October LCC AGM 9 am-5pm
Coin Street Community Centre 108 Stamford Street, SE1 9NH Saturday 15 October 10.30-12.30
Sidings Heritage Fair Bikeabilty Training
Book your place at the cycle training sessions by emailing email@example.com or by calling us at Sidings Community Centre on 020 7372 0242 or 020 7625 6260 or 07788 202489. Sunday 16 October
Short family ride from Sidings. 150 Brassey Road NW6 2BA
Meet 1.45pm for 2pm departure Monday 17 October 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly meeting at Sidings Lucy Saunders, Public Health Specialist at TfL, will talk about what the Healthy Streets approach means for cycling schemes in Camden.https://camdencyclists.org.uk/events/members-meeting-2016-10-17/ Kentish Town Bike Workshop
Kentish Town Health Centre, NW5 2BX Monday 7 November, 6.30pm Learn to fix your bike with the help of our expert mechanics. Workshops are held in associattion with Transition Kentish Town
Workshops are free but donations are welcome
Other ways to keep in touch and get involved!
Our committee relies on volunteers, and we need a few more to ensure our vital work continues. If you are passionate about cycling and improving the cycling experience in Camden, and can spare 3-4 hours a month, we would love to hear from you. If you’re interested, contact Angela.
We’ll really need all hands on deck to defend Tavistock Place soon so please try to help us!
Join our email group for discussions related to cycling in Camden by sending a blank email to CamdenCyclingCampaignfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our discussions on infrastructure issues on Cyclescape.
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