Darren Atwater | Wednesday 3 September, 2014 12:56
Transport for London is asking for your opinion on whether a bicycle ‘superhighway’ that is separated from traffic is something that you’d like, or would you prefer to continue to risk your life.
Where would the North-South Cycle Superhighway go?
At Elephant & Castle the new route would connect to the existing Barclays Cycle Superhighway Route 7 (CS7) at Princess Street, continue along St. George’s Road, through St. George’s Circus, along Blackfriars Road and across Blackfriars Bridge connecting to the proposed East-West Cycle Superhighway on the north bank of the River Thames.
Using New Bridge Street, Farringdon Street, Farringdon Road and quieter backstreet roads it is planned to continue to King’s Cross. Future extension of the route north of King’s Cross will be investigated in conjunction with the King’s Cross Improvement scheme.
Here’s the map. Click here a PDF map.
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