When will the LN funding be released so that the gyratory can be removed?
Camden has video-based cycle counters at 24 locations including all the new pop-up cycle lanes To view 4+ recent weeks of daily counts, select a counter from the list below. To compare with counts for previous weeks, enter a number in the box. Below the daily counts is a graph of yesterday’s hourly counts for… [Read More]
Well-designed pop-up cycle lanes between Hawley Road and Prince of Wales Road; Ferdinand Street junction upgrade; work needed on connections at southern end.
An alternative to a school street, an extension to the York Way route and a possible cycling route to school
May 2021 Barnet and Camden constituency candidates; letter sent 26 April. Response from Kirsten de Keyser, Mark Simpson and Anne Clarke
This post describes the 17 new cycle permeability gains from winter 20-21. These include two new cuts through road closures, the remainder being mostly two–way cycling in one-way streets
During 2020, the length of protected cycle lanes almost trebled; we made 15-20 permeability gains; the first LTN and 17 other useful road closures appeared as well as a dozen school streets and 70 new bikehangars.
An additional 850 m high-quality link added to the cycle network
Pop-Up lanes in Prince of Wales Road, York Way and Chalk Farm Road; LTNs in Arlington and Seven Dials areas; and five more Healthy School Streets
Pop-Up cycle lanes; Arlington LTN; Healthy School Streets