Needless to say, this has become a bit of a culture war issue.
Interestingly, the NHS is split, with hospitals and doctors for the lane and the ambulance service against.
The PDF is here.
Some interesting snippets:
RBKC define coverage in terms of distance from a "Quiet Way" route. These do not meet the latest government standards for cycle infrastructure.
They set out some options going forward:
Looks like option 3... "Pop-up cycle lanes in Kensington High Street will not be reinstalled, rules council"
Great, another backwards move.
This calls for tfl take over of high street ken.
Our official statement: https://www.lcc.org.uk/articles/lcc-calls-on-secretary-of-state-and-mayor-of-london-to-act-on-kensington-high-street-decision
Executive summary: TFL need to take the road over. This is clearly a rogue borough that has decided the Government's transportation strategy and COVID management plan don't apply to them. They're failing in their responsibility to enable safe and accessible cycling.
Short (close-captioned) live stream with a local volunteer from Better Streets 4 Kensington and Chelsea this morning https://twitter.com/London_Cycling/status/1372493874409713664
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