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
The cycle track on Purchese Street is finally open again after 3 years
Grove Terrace, Mornington Terrace, Laystall Street, Gaisford Road and Patshull Road
Cycle campaigners often use code to mine for the key data needed to support road changes. We have built and shared some tools and customised maps to help with that.
Massive progress on pop-up cycle lanes and useful set of point closures around Red Lion Street
Between St. Augustine’s Road and Brecknock School in Cliff Villas