TFL has launched consultations on changes to both Lambeth and Waterloo Bridges.Do respond to the consultation with your comments by 20 August. There is some progress shown in plans for both bridges. Lambeth Bridge consultationWaterloo Bridge consultationComments from our emails and our July meetingLambeth Bridge South sideThe cycle and pedestrian underpass along the Thames path is … Continue reading Changes to Lambeth and Waterloo Bridges – TFL consultation
The promised ban on parking in the cycle lane on Waterloo Bridge is one step closer. The ban will bring the Northern half of the bridge, administered by Westminster, in line with the Southern half, administered by Lambeth. Currently cars can park in the cycle lane in the Westminster part of the bridge on Sundays … Continue reading Car parking to be banned on Waterloo Bridge cycle lane
Proposals put forward by Westminster City Council as part of the planning for the TfL Quietway between Bloomsbury and the South Bank could see car parking banned across all of Waterloo Bridge righting an anomaly whereby cars are legally allowed to park on the cycle lane running from the Strand to Waterloo at off-peak times.Source: … Continue reading Car parking to be banned on Waterloo Bridge cycle lane?
In January 2014 Lambeth Council Leader Lib Peck confirmed that the council was in discussions with Westminster Council about making the parking restrictions on Waterloo Bridge apply 24 hours a day.At present parking is restricted Northbound but Southbound the restrictions only apply 7am-7pm Monday to Saturday. Outside of these times motorists are able to park … Continue reading Lambeth commits to 24 hour Waterloo Bridge parking restrictions
Tomorrow, Wednesday 17 April 2013, various roads in Westminster and the City will be closed from approximately 7:30am onwards to allow for Baroness Thatcher's funeral processionOf particular note for cyclists coming from Lambeth and other South London boroughs are the three bridges -Westminster Bridge, Waterloo Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge- which will have restricted acces tomorrow … Continue reading London roads and bridges to be closed Wednesday 17 April 2013