London Cycle Infrastructure Through Time – Safe Cycle London
aydincrouch 1 February 18, 2021
March 8, 2021
With the 2010s being the first decade where cycling was taken seriously in London, I decided to create a series of time-lapse videos looking at how safe cycle infrastructure has grown in the capital since 2009.
Video 1 – Lambeth-Southwark-Rotherhithe
This area has benefitted hugely from TfL investment over the last 10 years, with multiple routes being established: CS7, CS5, C6, Q1, Q5, C17, C14, and most recently, C4. Alongside this, numerous dangerous junctions have been made safer for cyclists, such as Elephant and Castle, Westminster Bridge South, Rotherhithe and Kennington Park.
Because of all these interventions (and with even more set to be made in 2021-22), this part of London is quickly becoming one of the best places to cycle in the capital!