More permeability for people who cycle and less for those who drive motor vehicles, making it more attractive to pedestrians and local residents too
Early in May, two-way cycling was introduced into St Cross Street and Saffron Street close to the route of CS6.
Inkerman Road at Grafton Road; Caversham Road at Kentish town Road and Camden Square west
Two-way cycling in Wolsey Mews and a new cycle gap between Kelly Street and Castlehaven Road
The Agar Grove – Camley Street dedicated cycle and pedestrian link was opened in August 2009
At London Cycling Campaign awards ceremony on 9th May, Camden and City of London were joint winners of the Best Borough Cycling Initiative.
July 2012: two-way cycling in Whitfield Street and Fitzroy Street, 20 mph limit and on-road cycle parking; April 2013 mid-point closure in Warren Street
Cycling two way on one way roads: prioritisation of requests by Camden Cycling Campaign, February 2013. Commissioned by John Futcher
November 1st 2012: An illustrated review of the new implementation of two-way cycling in several one-way streets in South Hampstead/Kilburn.
Camden has now (April 2012) implemented two-way cycling in all of the streets in the area between Euston Road, Grays Inn Road, Regents Square and Argyle Street