Lambeth cycle routes map
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Central London Cycle Grid
The central London cycling grid will be a set of connected routes for cyclists across central London, with the first phase to be completed in 2016.
For the latest information please visit the TfL Central London cycling grid information page.
Quietways will be a network of routes throughout London linking key destinations. They will follow quieter routes and be suitable for less confident cyclists who want to use low-traffic routes, while also providing for existing cyclists who want to travel at a more gentle pace.
- Waterloo to Greenwich Quietway
- Waterloo to Croydon Quietway
- Elephant and Castle to Crystal Palace Quietway
For the latest information please visit the TfL Quietways information page.
TfL has a programme of improvements to major junctions that are difficult or off-putting for people to cycle through at the moment. They will be upgraded with high quality cycle facilties. In Lambeth, the following Junctions are programmed:
- Oval Better Junction (view TfL’s Oval consultation – now closed)
- Vauxhall Gyratory
- Stockwell Gyratory (view TfL’s Stockwell press release)
- Tulse Hill Gyratory
CS5 – A new segregated Cycle Superhighway is under construction from Oval to Pimlico providing high quality cycle infrastructure through Vauxhall. The new route will be completed in Autumn 2015
Local cycle improvements
As part of Lambeth’s local street improvements, the Council is developing plans for:
- Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway
Two-way cycling in one-way streets
We want to encourage cycling by making it an attractive transport option to all. The bicycle can be given a major advantage over motorised modes by making cycle access more direct and extensive. Allowing two-way cycling in one-way streets is one way this is achieved, delivering the following benefits for cyclists;
- improved local access
- reduced journey distances and times
- more route choices.
About 40 streets in Lambeth have already been converted from standard one-way streets to, one-way streets that allow legal two-way cycling. There are still about 70 one-way streets in the borough where cyclist cannot legally cycle in both directions. Following the example set by the City of London where all one-way streets allow two-way cycling, we are working to bring two-way cycling to all one-way streets in Lambeth. Read more about two-way cycling in one-way streets.