2021 and 2022 have been the worst years for new cycle infrastructure in London for perhaps a decade. This is because between spring 2020 and summer 2022, central government refused to negotiate a long-term funding settlement with Transport for London (TfL), leading to a freeze in investment for most new cycleway schemes. This means, thoseContinue reading “2022 New Infrastructure Review”
Please find the article by following the link below: https://www.lcc.org.uk/news/where-are-all-the-cycleways/
2021 has not been an amazing year for new cycle infrastructure in London. This is largely due to Transport for London’s (TfL) precarious financial situation, with many permanent schemes put on hold or cancelled. On top of this, unlike 2020, the number of new pop-up cycleways delivered has dramatically fallen, while some implemented last yearContinue reading “2021 New Infrastructure Review”
Here is an article I published for London Cycling magazine about how TfL can cheaply and easily expand London’s safe cycle network.
Cycling in London was first taken seriously in the 2010s. I decided to create a series of time-lapse videos looking at how cycle infrastructure has grown in the capital since 2009. This is the first article of two. Lambeth-Southwark-Rotherhithe This area has benefitted hugely from TfL investment over the last 10 years, with multiple routes beingContinue reading “London Cycle Infrastructure Through Time”
Written by: Aydin Crouch Over the last few months I have run a series of Tweets focusing on the missing links on London’s safe cycle network. With none of them being more than a mile in length, filling in these gaps would bring a little more coherence to an otherwise fragmented cycle network. Now IContinue reading “Missing links on London’s safe cycle network”