Quietway Route - Wick Lane to the Greenway
Transport for London (TfL) is proposing to improve provision for cyclists along Wick Lane from Jodrell Road/Cadogan Terrace to the Greenway and has asked the council to help to deliver the scheme in this area as part of the Quietway cycle network.
We would like to know your views on the changes proposed to provide this new cycle route.
What are Quietways?
Quietways are a network of high quality, well signed cycle routes throughout London which run along quieter streets, parks and other off-road routes across inner and outer London.
The routes will link key destinations and are designed to appeal to residents who are new to cycling and existing cyclists who wish to use quieter, low-traffic routes.
This route will enhance a key cycling link between the Greenway and the local cycling network, including Victoria Park and the forthcoming Quietway 6 route at Jodrell Road/Cadogan Terrace.
This link will complement accessibility and security improvements for pedestrians and cyclists currently being implemented along the Greenway, including new lighting, CCTV and new accessible ramps at key points along the entire 6.5km stretch from Bow to Beckton.
What changes are proposed?
To find out about the changes that are proposed please refer to scheme drawings and a map of the overall route.
Have your say
To have your say on these proposals please complete our short online survey www.surveymonkey.com/r/wicklanequietway
We are offering a chance to win an annual membership of the Santander Cycle Hire Scheme (worth £90) for those who complete the survey by Friday 13 January 2017.