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A Guide to Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Publisher: 
London Cycling Campaign, Living Streets
Publication date: 
May 2018
Abstract: 

This guide is from London Cycling Campaign and Living Streets and draws on expertise from those who’ve designed, implemented and campaigned for award-winning low traffic neighbourhoods. It is
a companion document to “Low traffic neighbourhoods: What, why, how?”, designed to help officers, designers and others begin to understand some of the complexities, nuances and capabilities of these schemes in more detail.

Written submissions received for the Transport Committee’s investigation into cycle safety in London

Publisher: 
London Assembly Transport Committee
Publication date: 
November 2012
Abstract: 

Written submissions received for the Transport Committee’s investigation into
cycle safety in London, from:

Gearing up - An investigation into safer cycling in London

Publisher: 
London Assembly Transport Committee
Publication date: 
November 2012
Abstract: 

London has a long way to go to achieve the Mayor’s objective of a cycling revolution. Only 2 per cent of journeys in London are made by bicycle. This falls short of other UK cities like Bristol, Cambridge and Hull, and it is significantly less than the Netherlands – where 26 per cent of journeys are made by bicycle – and Copenhagen, which sees 36 per cent of work and study-related trips cycled.

Town Centre Study 2011

Publisher: 
TfL
Publication date: 
September 2011

Collection of Cycle Concepts 2012

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Denmark
Publication date: 
May 2012
Abstract: 

The first edition of Collection of Cycle Concepts was published in 2000 and enjoyed a wide circulation among everyone interested in bicycle traffic. The simultaneous publication of the English version spread the Danish bicycle traffic experience to many parts of the world.

The second edition, Collection of Cycle Concepts 2012, updates the field, featuring new challenges and the latest knowledge.

LCN+ Scheme: Ampton Street, Camden

Publisher: 
LCN+
Publication date: 
December 2008
Abstract: 

Describes dedicated cycle facilities and other improvements to the end of the road that is closed to motor vehicles.

London Cycling Design Standards, Appendix C: Typical detail drawings

Publisher: 
TfL
Publication date: 
May 2005
Abstract: 

Appendix C contains many design drawings.

The health risks and benefits of cycling in urban environments compared with car use: health impact assessment study

Publisher: 
BMJ
Publication date: 
July 2011
Abstract: 

Objective

To estimate the risks and benefits to health of travel by bicycle, using a bicycle sharing scheme, compared with travel by car in an urban environment.

Design

Health impact assessment study.

Setting

Public bicycle sharing initiative, Bicing, in Barcelona, Spain.

Participants

181 982 Bicing subscribers.

Cycle Parking Guide - Guidance

Publisher: 
Cambridge Cycling Campaign
Publication date: 
January 2008
Abstract: 

How to provide Cycle Parking: a step-by-step guide for planners and providers

Cycling in New Developments

Publisher: 
Cambridge Cycling Campaign
Publication date: 
April 2008
Abstract: 

This briefing, from Cambridge Cycling Campaign sets out our aspirations
for the new developments being planned for the Cambridge sub-region.
In it, we summarise the best way to provide for cycling in these new developments.
Cycling fits perfectly with a range of national policy on transport, health, the environment and CO2 reduction; it also dovetails well with the government’s desire for ‘eco-towns’.

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