We have produced several maps recording data about the progress and current status of a variety of different active travel measures including segregated cycle routes, permeability, school streets and LTNs in Camden. Each item of data is described briefly, dated, and categorised and, where possible, some photos are provided. Sometimes we show the StreetView, but it may not be up to date e.g. may show how the street looked before the measure was implemented. Each data set is displayed on a map together with a summary of relevant statistics such as progress year by year.
Where appropriate, we have included ‘historic data’ obtained by various means, for example, there are road closures and LTNs that date back to the sixties and seventies. But other gains such as school streets, protected cycle routes and bus stop bypasses are recent and can be dated. We attempt to record each of these improvements as soon as they have been implemented.
Each dataset is recorded in a spreadsheet and dynamically converted to a map with a software tool we have built. The data used to generate each map is available in two formats – as a Google Sheet and as a .csv file.
This dataset records the length in kms of each protected link in the network and the date when it was completed. It also includes secondary links most of which are on low traffic roads requiring no segregation.
This dataset records all the traffic filters by means of bollards, gates, or signs throughout Camden. This includes historic data (which may be incomplete). It also includes an entry for each of the School Streets in Camden.
This dataset records for each LTN its area and the date it was implemented. The idea is to find out what fraction of the area of Camden is occupied by LTNs and parks.
This dataset records for each permeability measure the date it was implemented with links to reports and photos. The measures include contraflow cycling, gaps in road closures and dropped kerbs.
This dataset records all of the bus stops on the protected routes, categorised as ‘bus stop bypass’, ‘SUBB’, ‘Royal College Street’ or ‘ride round’ and notes their dimensions and comments on their conformity with the standards.
This dataset shows the results of a survey undertaken by volunteers in 2019, supported by Camden Council.
This is a work in progress: it records all of the junctions on the Camden cycle network, categorising them as ‘node’ where two or more routes meet and ‘crossing’ where a route crosses a main road. We are using the JAT (junction assessment tool) to get a score at each node. We have assessed 19 junctions so far (and 3 have critical failures).