Lots of good stuff going on near Camden.
Cycled up c6 on my way to Highgate and it was lovely.
York road and some others in the area are getting temporary schemes.
I've almost talked myself into doing LEL again. Maybe COVID will save me from myself.
So, any appetite for restarting Tuesday night hills in a couple of weeks?
Groups of up to 6 (distanced) are allowed - should be manageable.
It's not a bad scheme to move somewhere cheap, change the planning rules to make it nice/more expensive, then sell it off to a dodgy Arab sovereign wealth fund - provided most of the profits are captured by the city and not the investors.
Most of the way to Lambeth bridge on the North side of the road.
There's a park-lane style bus stop bypass, too.
CS8 upgrades continue in the direction of parliament.
Although it wasn't too bad before it helps fill in a gap in segregation/safe routes between the EW cycle superhighway and the CS over Vauxhall Bridge.
Getting ready for Autumn hills season - I think the cycle lane uphill on Dulwich Wood Park is now complete which creates a few new options for loops.
There are also some better climbs out of Norwoord than the main road Night's Hill bash which could be interesting to explore.
The Railton Road scheme in Lambeth is going in and accepting comments:
If you use Q5 (near the Oval) it would be worth adding a note of your experience in this consultation. Lambeth have cut off a 4000 car/day rat run that crosses Q5 and they need to hear how it is affecting people.
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