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Consultations

Support Better Cycling Infrastructure in Southwark

August 23, 2019 |

Do you want more cycling infrastructure in Southwark, but aren’t sure what you can do to support it?

New infrastructure projects regularly go into public consultation but they need support from residents and people who frequent the areas in order … Read More

Cycleway 4 Lower Road Consultation Response Guide

August 3, 2019 |

We wanted to help our members and provide some guidance for those filling out the consultation.

First the consultation is here : https://consultations.southwark.gov.uk/planning-and-regeneration/lower-road/consultation/

It’s broken into multiple sections and we have the heading of the section and our suggested response. … Read More

False claims that Cycleway 4 construction will remove bus lanes from Jamaica Rd. Scotch them now.

July 16, 2019 |

Here are the facts about the effect of Cycleway 4 on bus lanes on Jamaica Rd

During the Healthy Ride on July 13th I was amazed to be told by 2 riders that Cycleway 4 (ex CS4) was going to … Read More

Your experience of the Rye Lane closure

June 8, 2019 |

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 … Read More

Quietways: critical fails analysis rides

October 3, 2018 |

These are the first seven Quietways. Tfl reckons there are (or will be) lots more now. But are they any good? Just one bad junction is enough to send would-be new riders back to the bus. These bad bits are … Read More

Routeing Southwark Spine down Barry Road

October 1, 2018 |

This is Barry Road. It is the long straight ugly, polluted, dangerous speed-track from the Plough to the Rye. Only a council could be astonished to learn that drivers go fast on it. Average speeds exceed 24mph. Some people are going … Read More

Record numbers on Quietway 1

July 17, 2018 |

The success story of the Southwark section of Quietway 1 continues. Recent counts at morning and evening peaks show a further increase in cyclists over those already reported from previous years (https://southwarkcyclists.org.uk/5479-2/).

The graph shows a steady increase now … Read More

St Thomas St consultation – we say “strongly disagree” because eastbound cycling not allowed.

April 11, 2018 |

Southwark Cyclists have responded negatively to the plans for St Thomas St.  The proposal does reduce motor traffic levels and speeds (if enforced).  But crucially it does not allow cycling in both directions and does not allow cyclists to get … Read More

New Southwark Spine proposals – are they up to much? (spoiler: they are not)

November 19, 2017 |

A simple test for good cycling infrastructure: if you can’t take your less confident non-cycling loved one on it then it isn’t up to par. If conditions mean it is uncomfortable to hold a leisurely chat, then that’s also a … Read More

Cycle Superhighway 4

November 3, 2017 |

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.

www.tfl.gov.uk/cs4

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.

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