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Cycling design standards

An alternative to Surrey Canal Path?

June 26, 2014 |

Surrey Canal Path and its link to Burgess Park are the jewels in the crown of central Southwark and a well-deserved success story for the council’s encouragement of walking and cycling. The only problem is the popularity of the Canal … Read More

Cute little traffic lights coming our way

December 20, 2013 |

On Dec 13th the Dept for Transport announced a trial of low level lights “to boost cyclists’ safety”.  Two of the 11 trial sites are in Southark, on the west bypass (CS7) at the Elephant (see map).  Both sites are … Read More

Resources for cycling design standards

September 6, 2013 |

London Cycling Design Standards (LCDS)

The London Cycling Design Standards report contains guidance and standards for people creating cycle routes and other transport systems which affect cyclists

This report may become the standard for Boroughs to follow when spending Transport … Read More

Adequate cycling space

September 3, 2013 |

We are passionate about space for cycling, and are currently in conflict with Southwark Council over design standards. Join our campaign to improve safety for all.

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Cycling design standards

September 3, 2013 |

Achieving adequate cycle design standards is one of our core priorities. Transport for London (TFL) have recently published their cycle design standards and Southwark Council have published theirs. We are working to enable a resolution between the two.

Southwark Council … Read More