TfL has opened a consultation for much needed cycle tracks, and more pedestrian crossings, on Streatham Hill. We support these plans and hope you will show your support too. The A23 at Streatham Hill is currently dominated by motor traffic and can be intimidating and unpleasant place for people who visit, study, live and work … Continue reading Support safer cycling on the A23 Streatham Hill
Lambeth Council has started a consultation on the first School Street in the borough. School Streets aim to create safer streets and less polluted air by closing the roads around a school to motor vehicles during drop-off and pick-up times. This first in Lambeth is proposed for Immanuel and St Andrew CE Primary School in … Continue reading Could we get safer, cleaner school streets?
From Ama Asante via Olive Morris and Angela Carter, to Lillian Baylis remarkable, brilliant women have always lived and worked in Lambeth.Women from the Lambeth Cyclists will lead a ride for men and women around Lambeth on Saturday 8 July as part of the national Women's Festival of Cycling.We will visit a number of places … Continue reading Women’s Festival of Cycling ride
URGENT: Lambeth council is asking whether the filter installed to reduce rat-running on Estreham Road (Quietway 5) by Streatham Common station should stay or go.We strongly believe that it should stay, and that it would be beneficial to introduce further filters in the area to make more residential streets access only to drivers.Please respond to … Continue reading Quietway 5 through 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
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
Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway Read the details and respond by 18 December. Here are our comments.1. Calais Street/ Cormont Road/ Halsmere Road Junction – support2. Cormont Road/ Brief Street Junction – support3. Knatchbull Road/ Lilford Road/ Minet Road Junction – it will provide Bikeability instructors at Loughborough Primary School on Minet Road with a … Continue reading Have your say: three more council consultations!
Don't speed past this consultation, act now to have your say on changes in different bits of Clapham and Streatham. You can respond now on Lambeth Council's website. These comments may help you.A more structured approach to managing the road network programme, such that many roads become access only would be more effective than the … Continue reading Consultation: improving Lambeth’s 20mph streets
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
Transport for London and Lambeth have published details of proposals to make Cavendish Road, in Balham, and Estreham Road, in Streatham, more cycle friendly as part of the Quietway 5.The TfL Quietways will offer a network of less-busy cycle friendly road routes linking key destinations across London. Quietway 5 (see map) will run from Waterloo … Continue reading TfL publish Quietway 5 proposals for Cavendish Road and Estreham Road