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The food market is clearly more important than Dutch-style ranks of cycle parking. Maybe they're right.

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 @Ranty ... [more]

Cyclist in pedestrian area, the Coal Drops Yard

Bike-sharing station and cycle contraflow lane

Stop Killing Cyclists' National Funeral for the Unknown Cyclist First Pedal on Parliament protest ride.

Cut-through in Theatreland

On a Virgin Voyager train from London Euston to Chester - I always worry that my wheel will get stretched...

Plenty of room for the odd cycle stand at the Jewish Museum.

Large area of newly tarted-up public space with not a single cycle stand.

At the far end it looks as if cyclists are being directed through this private estate, but this end is clearly unsuitable.

It looks as if cyclists are being routed through this private estate - some mistake I think

Hatton Wall

An exhibition about distortions at the academic building alongside the seven stations route.

Bus boarding in London is much quicker because cash transactions upon entry are not involved

Van driver tried to assault me for taking this photo

Loading bay across hybrid cycle lane Rather incongruous, especially as there is a bus bay in the roadway just beyond. The raised kerb makes it awkward for a rider to go round a parked vehicle.

New cycle-shareing station at the British Library

Cut-through to the Royal College of Physicians - push your bike here.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling.

Wondering where all the cycle stands have gone - see #61056.

UAL College Kings Cross- public realm

Kings Boulevard, Regents Canal step

Bikes banned from this (seemingly quiet) London bus lane - why haven't we heard of any protests?

At @OSMLondon's #osmhack weekend in AOL's offices More at... A photo of the crash scene is shown at: Collisions in this area (up to 2012): ... [more]

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

Coach parking is more important than cycle parking at the British Museum

The new plaza in front of King's Cross station - not quite complete, but it's clear there'll be no Dutch-style cycle parking here

Public bike pump at the new development north of Kings Cross

Lots of bikes at Euston today - lots also coming off the trains to take part in the Ride London event.

I first heard about this on twitter:

Street Talk by Jim Davis of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain.

Sign to Kings Cross

Entrance to route through college from southern end

Cycle hire station

Cycle hire station

Arlington Road between Jamestown Road and Inverness Street

Screenshot from the Barclays Bikes iPhone app - which, as you can see, uses CycleStreets routing

The new Kings Cross station ceiling

No Cycling on this bridge into Regent's Park

Hybrid car and trailer redistributing 'Boris Bikes' around London.

Marchmont Community Garden - no longer useful as a cut-through

The new entrance on the west side of Kings Cross station - in the Netherlands this area would be full of cycle parking, but in Britain it'll doubtless remain a barren plaza.

Re modelling Russell square - upside, less traffic using west side as a roundabout: Downside - traffic light phasing at Southampton Row is odd and positively encourages bicyclists turning into the square from N, to do it on the red phase ( ... [more]

OpenStreetMap developers hard at work at the April 2011 London Hack Weekend

OpenStreetMap hack day 2011

Turn left then right for route 6a

Turn left for cycle route 6a to Euston Station

Turn right for cycle route 6. Give way for vehicles coming from the left.

Continue ahead for cycle route 6, right for St. Pancras. Vehicles coming from the left have priority.

Turn left for cycle route 6. Mind the pedestrians, there no traffic lights for them.

Exiting cycle track, contraflow



Entrance of the cycle path



Lots of road space removed, nothing done with it - how about cycle parking? boris bikes? benches? plants?

Why can't Woburn Walk be opened to cycling? At the least, it'd be easy to put in some cycle parking.

The last Boris bike being borrowed at 9.10am.

At the Cycling Cultures research meeting

Docking station for London's cycle hire scheme.

New cycle training adverts from TfL

Doorway marked for cycles and wheelchairs in a Class 313 train on the lines to Welwyn Garden City, Hertford North and Letchworth - in fact it's identical to the other door bays, with no modifications.

Working on OpenStreetMap's new Potlatch 2 editor, at the Guardian offices #p2ftw

Hack event at the Guardian offices at which CycleStreets was present

OpenStreetMap at WhereCamp

WhereCampEU, where CycleStreets also presented

Martin and Simon at the Wall - the agenda for the WhereCampEU unconference. All those attending and wanting to speak write the talk title on a post-it style note and find a space on the grid.

Junction of two footpaths in Highgate

Closed to motor vehicles - but a bumpy route for cycles because of some cobbled drains across the path, and a narrow gate at the end.

Crossing Tottenham Court Road

Euston Road

Looking into Gower Street

Subway tunnel entrance on Euston Road

Euston Road

Midland Road (southbound only) - bikes can be wheeled through St Pancras International to this point.

Entrance to St Pancras International opposite Kings Cross platforms 9-11 - bikes can be wheeled through to Midland Road.

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