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.
SE Corner Russell Square; Bart rat runs; Qucik wins; RCS counter and extensions; Tavistock Place; Delancey Pratt; Cycle parking; LCDS tutorial
SE Corner Russell Square;Bartholomew Area Rat Runs; Castlehaven – Anglers Lane; Signage; West End project (Howland-Maple, Torrington, Pronces Circus, hours operation, north Grafton Way); Quick Wins; Royal College Street extensions, Camden Road crossing; Delancey-Pratt;
Crogsland crossing; Russell Square SE corner; permeability West Hampstead; Bloomsbury Way contraflow bus lane; Quick wins, RCS stage 1; RCS Extensions phase 2; St Marks Square; Pamcras Rd@Midland Road
Crogsland Road crossing, SE Corner Russell Square, Permeability in West Hampstead, Signage schedules, Royal College Street phase 1, RCS Extensions phase 2, small measures to make cyclists feel more cared for, Construction Management, Damaged carriageways, Bloomsbury Way bus lane , Progress on other projects: Hawley Crescent, St Marks Square- Albert Terrace gyratory, Cycle crossing of Euston Road at Ossulston Street
Crogsland Road crossing, SE Corner Russell Square , Permeability in West Hampstead, signage schedules, Royal College St stage 1, Progress on Kentish Town and Gospel Oak projects, Royal College St stage 2, Fitzjohns and Frognal 20 mph, Holborn area improvements (including Bloomsbury Way), St Marks Square- Albert Terrace gyratory, Delancey-Pratt contraflow, Kilburn plans, Quietways, Tavistock Place crisis, Temporary closures of cycle facilities by contractors, Anti-motorcycle barriers, are they a deterrent to cycling?
The meeting was convened to address the problem that vehicles queuing to turn into Adelaide Road on the northbound arm of Chalk Farm Road can cause a hazard to cyclists when the queue backs up across the dedicated cycle crossing from Regents Park Road to Crogsland Road.