Lambeth Cyclists have discovered that the Mayor of London’s (Ken Livingstone’s) long-term transport strategy is to get rid of all gyratory systems in London, acknowledging what we’ve been pushing for some time: that they bring little benefit for pedestrians, public transport users or cyclists. This stunning revelation, confirmed by Deputy Mayor Jenny Jones when she … Continue reading Good bye to the dreaded gyratory?
Initial findings of the 2001 census have been published and they show that the percentage of journeys to work made by bike increased by over 1.4% in the years between 1991 and 2001 – whilst this may not seem a major increase it is in the top seven increases nationwide and is the figure for … Continue reading Cycling up in Lambeth
That was the message Lambeth Cyclists sent out to the people of Lambeth during Travelwise week – a week of events leading up to car free day on 22 September, coordinated by Transport for London, with the aim of promoting sustainable forms of transport and encouraging people to think about their transport choices.We took part … Continue reading Travel wisely – Go by Bike!
Launch of the project in Lambeth with Deputy London Mayor Jenny Jones (third from left front row), Alix Stredwick (fourth from left front row) and women cyclists from Lambeth At our August 2003 meeting we welcomed Alix Stredwick, a long term Tower Hamlets LCC member, who explained about the Cycling for Women project she is … Continue reading Women on the Move – Cycling for Women, a project by the Women’s Design Service