Over the coming decade, Nine Elms on the South Bank will transform into a new neighbourhood of central London. At the same time, cycling mode share is expected to increase, with many more journeys in London being made by bicycle.
The transformation of Nine Elms provides a unique opportunity to integrate cycling into the area. Designing for Cycling identifies the characteristics of a successful cycling environment, analyses the context of the area and makes recommendations for the implementation of an urban area that is easily accessible by bicycle.
Transport for London have produced a draft strategy which they are now consulting on, and they would welcome your views.
If you have any comments on the draft strategy, please forward these by email to NESBDesignforCycling@tfl.gov.uk by 12:00 noon on Monday 25 November.
To view the draft cycling strategy for Nine Elms on the South Bank please click here