Kensington and Chelsea
We want to bring clean air, safety and smiles to the streets of Kensington and Chelsea.
1) A safe walking and cycling network
A joined-up network of safe, direct walking and cycling routes
2) Low traffic neighbourhoods
Through traffic removed from residential areas to create low traffic neighbourhoods
3) Blossoming boulevards
Main roads transformed into pedestrian and cycle-friendly boulevards, boosting local business
4) 20’s plenty
20mph as the default speed limit
5) School Streets
Traffic-free school streets at school run hours
@sofmcveigh @RBKC @WalaaIdris @CemKemahli @betterstreetskc @London_Cycling @LauraRound @jthalassites @kensociety Sadly driver/car domination & hostility is a huge deterrent to cycling @RBKC. Quietways are just a small part of the solution. It’s great to see you acknowledging how cycling can be - please keep pushing for danger reduction & safe, high quality infra.
(Ladbroke Grove / Lansdown Walk) @RBKC_cycling @WorldBollard 4
Good to see confirmation of High St Ken cycle lane going ahead, as well as Queen’s Gate. Making it attractive for people to move, shop and enjoy by foot and bike is going to be addictive !
We've confirmed new measures to encourage walking and cycling in our borough. 🚲
We're investing £343,000 in a new cycling infrastructure and 20mph speed limits to help boost safe, active travel.