New Brockwell Park to Gipsy Hill consultation

Act now! The short survey for this consultation closes Saturday 29 February. Great new proposals provide a safer route for people walking and cycling along Rosendale Road, especially for kids heading to school and to Brockwell Park. The council has just published proposals for 11 new zebra crossings, including by the shops, and a segregated cycle … Continue reading New Brockwell Park to Gipsy Hill consultation

Last few days: final Quietway consultation

This Quietway route links Elephant and Castle to Crystal Palace. Sections in Lambeth include Turney Road, Rosendale Road, Clive Road, Hamilton Road, Paxton Place and Gipsy Hill.The consultation closes on Monday 12 March.This Quietway 7 final consultation is about the details of the route. They include new zebra crossings, new parallel cycling zebra crossings, replacing speed cushions with … Continue reading Last few days: final Quietway consultation

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

Timid tackling of rat running in Streatham

Lambeth Council continues its Our Streets 'neighbourhood enhancement programme' and is looking at residential streets in Streatham that suffer rat running. In Streatham Wells, the Our Streets programme hopes to have a positive impact on some of the most used roads in the area. This is your chance to share your thoughts on the proposals. Despite … Continue reading Timid tackling of rat running in Streatham

TfL reports back after Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill consultations

Lambeth based members of the London Cycling Campaign should have just received the latest London Cyclist magazine and the Lambeth Cyclists' newsletter in the post. Here is one of the updates from our newsletter. Last autumn, Transport for London consulted on changes to bus lanes on Brixton Hill and on Streatham Hill. Now TfL has … Continue reading TfL reports back after Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill consultations

Consultation: Two-way cycling in one-way streets

Lambeth Council is consulting on allowing two-way cycling on all one-way streets.Lambeth Council says: Lambeth Council’s policy is to encourage cycling by making it an attractive transport option to all types of people. The bicycle can be given a major advantage over motorised modes by making cycle access more direct and extensive. Allowing two-way cycling … Continue reading Consultation: Two-way cycling in one-way streets

Last chance – Loughborough Junction masterplan consultation

Act this evening or tomorrow to comment on the Loughborough Junction masterplan.The proposals for an increase in permeability for walking and cycling in the masterplan are welcome. Loughborough Junction includes parts of Coldharbour ward, which from census data has one of the lowest levels of car ownership in the UK, and Herne Hill ward which … Continue reading Last chance – Loughborough Junction masterplan consultation

Act now: changes to Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill

Transport for London is consulting on changes to bus lanes and some junctions on Brixton Hill and on Streatham Hill.Respond by 14 September to give your views on changes that could see bus lanes extended in length, width and time at different places over Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill.Disappointingly, segregated cycle lanes are not part … Continue reading Act now: changes to Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill

TfL publishes Quietway 7 plans for West Duwlich and Gypsy Hill

Transport for London have published their proposals to make the West Dulwich area more cycle friendly as part of Quietway 7. The Lambeth section of this route is relatively short starting at Turney Road, SE21 and finishing on Gipsy Hill, SE19.The proposals are outlined on the Lambeth website. The closing date for consultation responses is 17 … Continue reading TfL publishes Quietway 7 plans for West Duwlich and Gypsy Hill