New TfL data shows sustained increases in walking and cycling in the capital

Transport for London  has published new data from its annual Travel in London  report, which shows that there have been continued increases in the levels of walking and cycling in London. The new data shows that the number of daily cycle journeys increased in 2023 to hit an estimated 1.26 million journeys per day, up by 6.3 per cent from 1.19 million […]

TfL and Hounslow Council complete work on latest phase of Cycleway 9

Transport for London and Hounslow Council have completed work on the latest phase of the Cycleway 9 route in west London. Cycleway 9 is a major addition to London’s growing network of Cycleways, which TfL says is enabling thousands of improved walking and cycling journeys between Brentford, Kew, Chiswick, Hammersmith and beyond each week, which […]

TfL launches four new Cycleways

Transport for London has launched four new Cycleways in Enfield and Waltham Forest that have further expanded the network. The new or extended routes have been delivered alongside TfL’s and the boroughs’ existing programme to build new walking and cycling infrastructure, and has added six miles to London’s network of safe cycle routes. More than 40% of […]

Expert’s safety warning as 1 in 10 cyclist casualties under 16

A cycling safety advocate and injury specialist is flagging new data which is raising concerns about the safety of teenage cyclists on our roads. Partner at road injury law firm RWK Goodman Mark Hambleton has shared advice on the overlooked signs of concussion that parents should be aware of, the places where teenagers are most at […]

National Highways criticised over cycling provision

National Highways is being accused of a “systemic failure” on cycling provision, after freedom of information requests showed the organisation does not know whether its infrastructure meets its own design standards. The Guardian Newspaper reports the Department for Transport has also admitted the government-owned body in charge of trunk roads has been using a loophole […]

Scotland spending £1m on bike share schemes

The Scottish Government is supporting bike share schemes with £1m designed to enable access to a bike in an affordable, easy and convenient way. Delivered by Cycling UK, the Cycle Share Fund is designed to enable organisations to purchase cycles and equipment for schemes that provide people with access to a bike that they don’t […]

TfL opens 10 new low traffic cycleways

Transport for London has launched ten new low traffic cycleways across the capital, the most TfL have ever opened at one time, designed to make it safer and easier for people to travel around London by bike. The new routes are the latest additions to a series that mainly use new low traffic local streets […]

Active travel plans in Hove on hold over traffic implication fears

A plan to build a dedicated cycleway by losing a lane of traffic on the A259 in Hove has been put on hold over concerns about the design of a cycleway and reduction in the number of lanes of traffic. Councillors in Brighton and Hove made the decision to review seafront pedestrian and cycle provision […]

Welsh Government marks Clean Air Day with £58m spend on active travel

Wales’s Deputy Climate Change Minister has announced spending of more than £58m on ways ways to help people choose to walk and cycle for local journeys. Speaking on Clean Air Day, the Deputy Minister with responsibility for transport outlined how the investment would fund new and improved active travel routes across Wales. Since 2018, the […]


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