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As always, a proportion of our journey from #Tottenham into central #London had no safe #cycling infrastructure, which made sections of the route pretty hairy. Better cycling infrastructure 🚲= more active travel = healthier environment 🌎 … [more]

Right London. One good thing about the weather is it lets us see in *real life* how much space the traffic really uses. This is called a ‘Sneckdown’ Your mission - if you have a vantage point - is to send me all your Sneckdown photos for … [more]

Great use for a vacant unit to keep the High Street ticking along and full of life. @7DialsLondon

Gray’s Inn Road, really busy location, near a college and a hospital. Likely a brand new bike, owner did all they could. What can we do? Theft & security is a huge factor in (keeping) people riding. @willnorman @MetCycleCops … [more]

Arrived at Kings Cross this evening to find this, which made my blood boil, all that money spent on a special separated lane for taxi drivers and they don't use it! #HappyValentinesDay [Click on Nearby Photos to … [more]

Hi @CamdenCouncil is it possible to arrange a meeting with the person that signed off screwing this bollard in the cycle lane. Would really love to talk through the benefit and the thought process to get there. Thanks @camdencyclists … [more]

Not all loading is essential*. Clerkenwell Rd needs kerb-protected bike tracks. Paint doesn’t work. *(London officially has the tastiest tap water in the world).

I see from my diversionary route this morning that CS6, open for [checks notes] 8 weeks, is holding up about as well as can be expected in these parts...

@cyclestreets @MattWinfield2 #Time2ProtestOct13th #3billion4cycling @StopKillingCycl

Pavements are for parking in Hampstead

British transport policy in paint: Also on Mapillary where you can see it has changed:

In London for a wedding. View of a slightly famous landmark from my room window.

Van driver tried to assault me for taking this photo

New cycle tracks on Camden’s Tavistock Place surprisingly well-used even on a Sunday lunchtime when few cars are out

New stepped cycle tracks on both sides of Pancras Road just about finished #space4cycling

Why bus lanes are not cycle infrastructure, part 1652. (Rosebery Ave, Camden.)

New on carriageway cycle parking in Kentish Town Road illustrates an improvement over car parking. Let's have more

Queues of cyclists not cars. Should be 2/3 cycle lane and 1/3 cars.

Brand new protected cycling facility at junction at Kings Cross by @TfL. Not enough, but definitely an improvement

Motorists have already wrecked the cycle lane on Camden's Royal College Street, a couple of months after competition:

I don't understand how anyone who's been to Tavistock Place at rush hour can oppose further + better segregation.

Some public cycle stands going up at King's Cross, by St Pancras. Not enough, I suspect, but at least it's a start.

Brand new cycle lanes being abused by motorists. #space4cycling So much for "mutual respect".

The Royal College Street tracks are 2 metres wide in each direction. They're brilliant!

Great to see Royal College street showing London what a good cycle friendly road looks like with protected path.

Camden's impressive new bike track on Royal College St. Who wouldn't want to cycle here? via @jamesgleave1

@johnstreetdales @citycyclists @bricycle - here's another from today!

This is why cyclists protested tonight. Thank you, London, for showing you care. Time for change. #Space4Cycling

A huge, gut-felt roar as #space4cycling reaches the crash site in Holborn. Can you hear us now, @MayorofLondon ?

Police ticketing people using Vernon Place bus lane, forcing them to use High Holborn. 2 weeks ago. by @London_Phill

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