… and, in south-west London, has no dates to finish them either. This post is part three in an ongoing look at the Mayor of London’s claim that Transport for London (TfL) has “built” 100km of cycling quietway routes since he took office: In part one (Dec'18), I looked at his answer to Assembly Member … Continue reading No, the Mayor of London hasn’t built 100+km of cycling quietways
[This blogpost is now part two of three: The first blogpost from December 2018 looks at the Mayor's initial claim to have built over 100km of cycling quietways, defining built as "completed and signposted"] This post is the second, focussing on the Mayor's Jan'19 clarification to Assembly Member Caroline Pidgeon; and The third post, March'19, … Continue reading Mayor of London: 65km of cycling quietway are finished, not 100km
[5 March 2019: This post is now the first of three: This blogpost focusses on the November'18 answer from the Mayor of London to Caroline Pidgeon The second post, focusses on the Mayor's Jan'19 clarification to Assembly Member Caroline Pidgeon; and The third post, March'19, looks at TfL's answer to a Freedom of Information … Continue reading Has the Mayor of London really “completed” 100km of cycling quietways?
Wandsworth Council is holding a consultation into its plan for cycling infrastructure in Priory Lane, a road which runs north-east from Roehampton Gate in Richmond Park towards Barnes. The consultation closes on Friday 16 February. Linkies to Wandsworth Council’s key documents: Overview and explanation; Consultation document with designs (PDF, 500kb); Survey form for feedback. You’ll … Continue reading Wandworth Council’s Priory Lane (Richmond Park) Consultation, February 2018