Breakdown of 100km of cycle lanes delivered in last 12 months

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Dear Transport for London,

Please could you provide the breakdown of the 100km of new or upgraded cycle lanes delivered in the past 12 months? (See https://twitter.com/willnorman/status/13...).

Yours faithfully,

Frankie Roberto

FOI, Transport for London

 

 

Dear Mr Roberto

 

TfL Ref 2651-2021

 

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 21
March 2021 asking for information about our cycle lanes.

 

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Dear Mr Roberto

 

TfL Ref 2651-2021

 

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 21
March 2021 asking for information about our cycle lanes.

 

Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of
the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy.  I can
confirm that we hold the information you require. You asked:

 

Please could you provide the breakdown of the 100km of new or upgraded
cycle lanes delivered in the past 12 months? (See
[1]https://twitter.com/willnorman/status/13...).

 

Please see the table below which sets out a breakdown of the new, trial or
upgraded cycle routes that make up the 100km of cycle routes that have
been delivered or are under construction since the start of the pandemic,
at the time of Will Norman’s tweet.

 

New or upgraded cycle routes delivered or are under Route length
construction since the start of the pandemic (km one way)
Park Lane 1.1
College Way 0.5
Wellesley Rd / C9 1.6
C8 upgrade (Chelsea Bridge -Vauxhall Bridge) 1.6
Hampstead Road 1.3
C8 upgrade (Vauxhall Bridge - Lambeth Bridge) 0.8
Euston Road 0.7
C7 Upgrade (Balham High Street) 1.2
C7 Upgrade (Tooting Broadway - Colliers Wood) 1.3
C7 Upgrade (Tooting High Street) 1.2
C7 Upgrade (Balham - Alderbrook Rd) 1.4
C37 (Mile End to Bow Common Lane) 0.3
C7 Upgrade (Clapham Common - Oval) 3.0
C4 (Tooley Street-London Bridge) 1.3
A21 (Lewisham to Catford) 2.0
C4 - Old Woolwich Road 0.7
C5 Upgrade (Oval LTN) 1.2
A1010 South 5.0
C5 (Baylis Road) 1.0
Kew  Phase 1 1.9
C27 – Walthamstow to Bloomsbury (Islington)​ - Additional 1.3
filters St Peter's (LTN)
Kingston Town Centre 0.5
Kingston to Kingston Vale 3.1
C14 Queensbridge Road 0.4
London Road Cycle Lanes 1.3
C27 - Walthamstow to Bloomsbury - London Fields / Middleton 1.0
Road (Hackney)
C41 between Euston and Holborn 1.7
York Way 0.7
Forest Road (A503) - Reservoirs section link to LB Haringey 0.8
Prince of Wales Road 0.4
Twickenham Road 0.8
Rye Lane cycle links 1.0
Ewell Road 0.8
Herne Hill to Brixton LTN 1.3
C13 – London Fields to Farringdon - Additional filters by Cat 0.5
and Mutton Bridge (Hackney) - LTN
Queenstown Road including CS8 section 1.5
Peckham to Streatham 0.3
Loughborough Road 0.5
Harrow Road (Wembley Triangle to A406) Cycle Route 1.3
C27 realignment - restart 2.0
Clapton to Dalston 1.2
Colliers Wood to Sutton 2.6
Kew Road 1.2
C38 Liverpool Road 0.7
Castelnau, Barnes 1.9
Peckham to Dulwich (Dulwich LTN) 2.0
C17 (Dulwich LTN) 1.4
Prince of Wales Road 0.4
C4 Old Woolwich Rd to Angerstein 0.8
C9 (Goldhawk Road-Heathfield Terrace) - Chiswick High Road 1.2
CS8 Upgrade - Battersea Park Rd  (between Macduff and Cabul 1.5
Road)
CS8 Upgrade - York Rd – (between Cabul Rd to Wandsworth Rbt) 1.4
CS8 Upgrade - Queen's Circus to Battersea Park Road 0.4
C4 - Aldeburgh Street to Anchor and Hope Lane 1.0
CS8 Upgrade - Wandsworth Rbt to Wandsworth High Street 1.0
A1010 North 5.0
A1000 (Haringey to Tally Ho Corner) 3.3
Savoy Street/Strand 0.6
C38 Liverpool Road 2.0
Queensbridge 0.6
C7 Southwark Bridge Road 1.3
Angel Walk  to Enfield Town 2.0
St Pancras Way 1.1
Hampton Court Road 0.5
Uxbridge Road - Ealing Common East 0.3
A1010 North link to North Middlesex Hospital 2.0
Uxbridge Road - Acton Vale 2.1
Kingston to Kingston Vale 0.2
Ewell Road 1.2
C17 - Rosendale Road 0.5
C38 Highbury Fields to Finsbury Park 0.6
Kennington Road 0.3
C1- Extension into Enfield from Haringey 1.0
Green Lanes 2.0
C4 Tower Bridge to Rotherhithe 1.9
C4 Creek Road 0.8
C9 Wellesley Rd to Goldhawk 2.5
C9 Kew Bridge 0.8
  101.6

 

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From: FOI
Sent: 24 March 2021 16:46
To: 'Frankie Roberto' <[2][FOI #738927 email]>
Subject: RE: CRM:0138015 foi ref 2651-2021

 

 

 

Dear Mr Roberto

 

TfL Ref 2651-2021

 

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 21
March 2021 asking for information about our cycle lanes.

 

Please think carefully about whether the request is essential at this
current time, as answering FOI requests will require the use of limited
resources and the attention of staff who could be supporting other
essential activity. Where requests are made, please note that our response
time may be impacted by the current situation and so you may wish to
reconsider the timing of this request. Please notify us as soon as
possible if you would like to withdraw your request at the current time.

 

Should you wish to proceed with the request we will aim to issue a
response by 19 April 2021 in accordance with the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 and our information access policy.

 

We publish a substantial range of information on our website on subjects
including operational performance, contracts, expenditure, journey data,
governance and our financial performance. This includes data which is
frequently asked for in FOI requests or other public queries. Please check
[3]http://www.tfl.gov.uk/corporate/transpar... to see if this helps you.

 

We will publish anonymised versions of requests and responses on the
[4]www.tfl.gov.uk website. We will not publish your name and we will send
a copy of the response to you before it is published on our website.

 

In the meantime, if you would like to discuss this matter further, please
do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Sara Thomas

FOI Case Management Team

General Counsel

Transport for London

 

 

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