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
Following the success of three consultations, there is soon to be two-way cycling in several one-way streets in Kings Cross, West Hampstead and Fitzrovia.
Suggestions for two-way cycling
Camden Council is planning to provide two-way cycling in all of the streets in the area bounded by Euston Road, Judd Street, Tavistock place and Grays Inn Road.
Suggestions for two-way cycling in Argyle area
We propose a two-way cycle route between West End Lane and Belsize Road via the west end of Broadhurst Gardens and Priory Road. This could be a useful quiet alternative to the congested part of West End Lane.
Study by John Chamberlain
The availability of funding related to the cycle hire scheme is making it possible for Camden Council to implement several contraflow cycling schemes. This has led to some arguments as to how they should be implemented – lightweight (signs only) or heavyweight (with painted lanes).
John Chamberlain 2009