2010 is a year of elections: the General Election is sure to gain most media attention but perhaps more importantly for us as cyclists are the local London elections. Lambeth Borough Council elections will definitely take place on Thursday 6 May 2010 – which is probably the same day as the General Election (but not … Continue reading 2010: cycling towards the election
Congratulations to Lambeth Borough Council on winning the LCC’s Best Workplace Initiative award for its innovative cyclist awareness raising campaign for drivers of Council vehicles. Starting with Veolia waste disposal lorry drivers the Council has been running training sessions to highlight blind spots which may mean they do not see cyclists. The drivers then go … Continue reading Lambeth wins LCC award
Following on from the change to two way working on Brixton Hill in November 2009 –a move that Lambeth Cyclists have been advocating for 10+ years- we have had some feedback from members expressing concern about the cycle friendliness of the new road layout. One or two ‘hotspots’ for cyclists have been identified, most notably … Continue reading Two way on Brixton Hill teething troubles?