Waterloo roundabout – frustrating and occasionally entertaining reading

Lambeth Cyclists' Clare Neely comments on this week's Waterloo Roundabout consultation response report. She says the report makes frustrating and occasionally entertaining reading.TfL proposed a "peninsularisation" scheme where a some of a roundabout is closed to traffic so the roundabout is converted from being like an island to a peninsula. However, similar "penisularisation" schemes south of Westminster Bridge … Continue reading Waterloo roundabout – frustrating and occasionally entertaining reading

Join the discussion and share your views

Plans included in some consultations are better than others. Help us make them better.Join our online discussion on the Lambeth Cyclists email group. Let others know what's going on in your part of the borough and help inform Lambeth Cyclists' response to consultations.Recent discussions include: Potential for a route on Tulse HillLambeth Healthy Routes consultationSupport … Continue reading Join the discussion and share your views

Architecture themed ride – concrete two

Our next Architecture Ride will be on Saturday 30 September and will be the second episode of our exploration of the many and dazzling things that can done with an often maligned building material - Concrete! Following last year's Concrete One ride in West and North London, we are now running Concrete Two, visiting some … Continue reading Architecture themed ride – concrete two

New Brixton Hill plans will make conditions worse

TFL has another consultation on plans for Brixton Hill, this time to speed up the traffic turning into both Dumbarton Road and Upper Tulse Hill. Brixton Hill is a major cycle artery with poor conditions for cycling.Plans are described as a ‘vulnerable road users safety scheme’. However, it is clear that the scheme has been … Continue reading New Brixton Hill plans will make conditions worse

Council Elections – we still need space for cycling

Next May's council elections will be here quicker than you might like.With the elections just a few months away it is time to review progress made by your councillors against the 'ward asks' they pledged to support four years ago before being elected. What you can do now: Check out what was demanded in your … Continue reading Council Elections – we still need space for cycling