This week the Railton Road area low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) started. This includes making roads access only with closures at Shakespeare Road and St Matthews road and bus gates along Railton Road itself. Despite some early issues as the scheme beds in, the LTN is already bringing benefits of quieter, healthier and safer streets. When … Continue reading Benefits already showing in Railton neighbourhood
Baylis Road Bus Stop by-pass and new user Our infrastructure lead did a walk through of the completed Baylis Road upgrade scheme with the project manager yesterday and was very impressed with the design and attention to detail. A few highlights below - This wasn't in the original designs. Strictly cycling isn't permitted on this … Continue reading Baylis Road upgrade is complete!
Our meeting this Thursday, 18 June, will look at what next for for low traffic neighbourhoods in Lambeth. Join us online at 7.30pm on Thursday when we will talk about: how we can help more people cyclewhat you can do in your area to support low traffic neighbourhoods. Maybe you're already doing it.what do we … Continue reading What next for low traffic neighbourhoods?
Today residents in the streets around Railton Road, between Brixton and Herne Hill have received letters about the low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) and healthy route coming to the area in about two weeks' time. This is something the council was working on, and we have supported, but has been brought forward in a temporary form … Continue reading Railton area gets low traffic neighbourhood this month
Lambeth Council has today announced jaw dropping plans to enable more people to ride safely locally and to work. These much needed proposals add to the councils recent walking and cycling response to coronavirus (COVID-19). They will help people travel avoiding public transport, enabling social distancing. Exciting plan for better streets This is a massive … Continue reading There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen
UPDATE 21 May: Join us on Zoom this evening at 7.30pm. We will have a break for Clap for our Carers and/or getting refreshments, join part two on Zoom at 8.10pm. At our online meeting we'll be joined by Cllr Claire Holland, Deputy Council Leader and lead for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air. Cllr … Continue reading Meeting on 21 May: update on council and TFL coronavirus work
Lambeth Council has published plans recognising the role space for walking and cycling play in tackling coronavirus (COVID-19) and the problems caused by it. Key elements This week - Use temporary barriers to create additional space for pedestrians at key locations (where no traffic order required). Plus filtering Cornwall Road at Waterloo. During May - ‘point closures on healthy … Continue reading Lambeth’s walking and cycling response to coronavirus
In light of Government advice we have cancelled our March meeting (which was due to take place on Thursday 19 March) and all meetings until further notice. The main topic was going to be LCC's Climate Safe Streets campaign around the Mayoral election. With that postponed until next year we'll be seeking an update from … Continue reading Meetings cancelled until further notice – join us Online
Cllr Claire Holland, our guest speaker Wednesday 15 January Councillor Claire Holland, Lambeth's Cabinet member for the Environment and Clean Air will be our guest speaker at our meeting at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 January. Since starting her cabinet role, Cllr Holland has overseen a change of gear in the council's approach to walking and … Continue reading Council cabinet member for the environment at our next meeting
Lambeth council has a consultation on plans to improve the streets around the south bank centre and access to it from Waterloo station. We fully support these plans to improve the area, including much better conditions for people walking and cycling and reducing or eliminating through traffic from this area. The proposals include some options. … Continue reading South bank improvements planned