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This report presents data collected to study the time required for cyclists to travel across a signalised junction. The time was measured from video surveys undertaken at three relevant junctions. All three junctions have a cycle box; one also has a separate cycle ‘early release’ signal. Times were measured for the first and last cyclist in the box to cross the junction and for the first motor to enter the junction.
Swiss Cottage five options
Outlines three approaches considered for the design of this junction
Suggestions for permeability and safety concerns.
January 2014. JD with help of CCC committee. For Lucy Godfrey TfL with copies to Melissa Braid, Carolyne Paul, John Futcher, Kevn de Leeuw and Kevn Fishre
To the Culture and Environment Scrutiny Committee (scrutinised a report by Louise Mc Bride on Cycling routes & Infrastructure) , 3rd December, 2013 6.30 pm in the presence of Andrew Gilligan (the Mayor’s cycling commissioner). Cycling routes and Infrastructure We welcome Louise McBride’s report and very much appreciate Camden’s responsiveness to cycling matters. Our priorities for… [Read More]
Proposal to remove through traffic from Regents Park
Cycling two way on one way roads: prioritisation of requests by Camden Cycling Campaign, February 2013. Commissioned by John Futcher
A rapidly-prepared note by George Coulouris and Jean Dollimore, Camden Cycling Campaign. 19 March 2013.