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September 22nd is London car free day.
Last year, Southwark closed 1 street. This year, we think they can do more. Why not one play street for every school in Southwark?
Close the school road to motor traffic and turn …
Do you travel via any of the following stations?
- Denmark Hill
- East Dulwich
- North Dulwich
- Peckham Rye
- Queen’s Road Peckham
- South Bermondsey
All 7 are receiving money from Govia Thameslink Railway for minor improvements (details at https://www.passengerbenefitfund.co.uk/). Do you need more or better cycle parking? …
Peckham’s Rye Lane has been closed for gas works for 5 months. It was supposed to be longer, but a surprising lack of things going wrong means it’s reopening early.
Southwark Council are interested in hearing your experiences of cycling …
IOur campaigning team working on Cycle Superhighway 4. It’s finally here: Transport for London have opened consultation on Cycle Superhighway 4 from Tower Bridge to Greenwich. And it’s looking good. Give us a friendly wave.
This is a very well-designed scheme. Looking at the sections in Southwark, you will be able to cycle on a continuous 2km bidirectional cycle lane, 3-4m wide. And it will be both convenient and safe.
More information on how CS4 will look from the point of view of pedestrians and bus and car users is on our CS4 pages, or click Campaigns > Current consultations. This will provide information useful if discussing the scheme with non-cyclists.
We want Camberwell Grove bridge kept as a cycling / walking bridge only:
Since some people have concerns about keeping motor traffic off the bridge, we hope this post will help.
NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Southwark Council have consulted on a draft strategy for mental health and wellbeing.
We’ve written a response about why cycling is good for your mental wellbeing, and how it can specifically enrich the lives of people living with mental illness.
Want better for Camberwell Green than painted lines and conflict with buses and lorries?
Respond TODAY, Sunday 3rd September, to TfL’s interim proposals, and let them know they are not good enough.
TfL are consulting on plans for an interim proposal to “improve” safety at Camberwell Green junction.
Southwark Cyclists disagree that these plans will improve safety for cyclists or pedestrians, and as such we oppose them.
Members of Southwark Cyclists had a meeting last week (May 3rd) about the Southwark Spine route with project manager Albert Ang and design manager Hugh McCarthy.
The short-term proposal is for the Spine to link up with the proposed Quietway …