As part of our campaigning during the council elections in 2022 we produced an interactive map showing the current status of protected cycle routes and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods together with Camden’s plans and our targets.
Our Asks for the 2022 Council Elections
Asks were sent to all 4 party leaders and discussed with:
- Georgia Gould and Adam Harrison, Labour – PLEDGED;
- Sian Berry and colleagues, Greens – PLEDGED;
- Tom Simon and colleagues, LibDems – PLEDGED.
We are tracking progress towards the pledged targets in the same map.
Camden Cycling Network: Proposed
This is the Cycling Network proposed in Camden Council’s Cycling Action Plan (April 2019). The map shows existing routes, committed routes and planned routes targeted for 2025 and 2041. The Transport Strategy was reviewed in 2022 and an updated version of the Cycling Network was included in the revised Transport Strategy.
In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic and the increased support for active travel by TfL and Department for Transport there was a substantial acceleration of actions to implement the Cycling Action Plan. Here is another version of this map showing only the segregated and safe routes that have been implemented to date or are under construction.
Click on the for the interactive map.
Re-drawn by George Coulouris (Camden Cycling Campaign), from the map shown in the Action Plan.