This map shows all the existing protected cycle routes in Camden that are on segregated tracks. ‘Pop-up’ segregated cycle lanes installed for the post-Covid-19 Streetspace scheme are included. Unprotected signed routes on very low-traffic roads are shown in a different colour. Continuations of two cycleways (C6 and C3) are shown in adjacent boroughs – City, Westminster, Southwark.
Videos illustrating rides on some of the segregated lanes (Prince of Wales Road, Royal College Street and Gower Street) can be found by clicking on those roads. We are grateful to Linus Rees (@LinusRees) for making them available.
Here is a table listing the completed segregated and other safe cycle routes Cycling Network distances-Dec 2020. It shows that at the end of December 2020 the network comprised 13 miles of segregated lanes, with a further 5 miles under construction. There are 12 additional miles of signed routes on quiet roads that have minimal through traffic.
The routes shown form part of Camden’s vision for a comprehensive cycling network planned for 2041, with the majority to be completed by 2025. The network plan was approved by Camden Council and published as a part of Camden’s Cycling Action Plan and Transport Strategy. A map of the Council’s 2041 plans can be viewed on this page.
The Transport Strategy is under review and an improved version of the Cycling Network is expected to be included in a revised Transport Strategy due for publication by Camden in 2022.