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
Phase 1 of Camden’s Covid-19 response: filters in Sandall Road, Constantine Road, Wilmot Place, Clarence Way and Hartland Road; pop-up lanes in Goodsway.
Camden are using this Commonplace crowd-sourcing map to gather public comments and suggestions for post-Covid-19 active travel planning.
We have identified more than 30 locations where urgent measures are needed to create safe space for people walking and cycling. Members and supporters are invited to suggest further locations – click the title for more details.
On April 17th, as part of the Think & Do series of webinars, Sam Parkes ran an online Dr Bike session from his workshop in Kentish Town.
Progress report as at 4th April 2020
Karl spoke about Camden’s use of the Commonplace web tool to engage with people in the areas to benefit from the Camden Town Lower Emission Neighbourhood and the Kentish Town Healthy Streets Project.