All London local authorities are rushing out schemes before purdah. Islington and Camden schemes are shown below.
Until midnight on March 20th
Highbury Corner cyclescape | TfL consultation | guidance from LCC | Quick guidance: If you would prefer a different layout say in Q2. However make sure you select Option 1 or Option 2 when answering Q7 so that TfL/LBI can distinguish between your response and residents who want everything to stay the same i.e. no safe cycling.
King’s Cross cyclescape | TfL consultation | guidance from LCC | Camden and Islington Cyclists’s call for a radical rethink. Note that this is at concept stage, there will be another consultation about the detailed design.
North-South Cycle Superhighway cyclescape | TfL consultation | guidance from LCC
Next door in Camden
Camden is genuinely committed to making cycling mainstream. They have far more radical proposals that need our support.
Midland Road A great route for North Islington residents and under attack from motorists
CS11 ‘A bike lane from Portland Place to Brent Cross will be absolutely massive’ says Tom Conti in the Camden New Journal. What more can we say.
Central London Grid on cyclescape
Junction Road on cyclescape
Later in 2016
Bowes Park to Farringdon Quietway – Quietway 10
“Clerkenwell Boulevard” – Clerkenwell Road and Old Street, expectations are high!
The LCC Cyclescape Consultations Map showing all cycling related consultations for London