More people are cycling in the Tulse Hill low traffic neighbourhood, and motor traffic is down too. This welcome news is shown in new figures for bike and motor vehicle movements in and around the area. Safer Streets for Tulse Hill is a group of Tulse Hill residents, some living inside the LTN and some … Continue reading Tulse Hill LTN report: more people cycling & fewer driving
Lambeth and TfL are working with local people in the Norwood and Tulse Hill areas to develop plans for their area.Following a series of local workshops plans are now in place to improve Norwood Road and, by 2020, remove the Tulse Hill one-way gyratory system.Source Streetmap.co.ukThis will make the area a more pleasant place to … Continue reading Tulse Hill one-way system to be removed by 2020?
How can Brixton and the surrounding areas be transformed into places where adults and children feel safe and comfortable cycling around?Come to the PUBLIC MEETING arranged by Lambeth Cyclists on Tuesday 1 April 2014 7.00pm at 336 Brixton Road, SW9 7AA Brixton is very much the political centre of Lambeth with the town hall and council … Continue reading How can we make Brixton more cycle friendly? Public meeting 1 April 2014
Transport for London have promised to carry out a review of major junctions across London following the publication of the top 10 dangerous junctions lists detailed in the last newsletter. Several of these top 10 dangerous junctions are in Lambeth or, like Elephant and Castle, are likely to be used by Lambeth cyclists. TfL have … Continue reading Junctions under the spotlight
Lambeth Cyclists have discovered that the Mayor of London’s (Ken Livingstone’s) long-term transport strategy is to get rid of all gyratory systems in London, acknowledging what we’ve been pushing for some time: that they bring little benefit for pedestrians, public transport users or cyclists. This stunning revelation, confirmed by Deputy Mayor Jenny Jones when she … Continue reading Good bye to the dreaded gyratory?