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Distance to London is measured from this location, the site of the original Queen Eleanor’s Cross. CITY OF WESTMINSTER On the site now occupied by the statue of King Charles I was erected the original Queen Eleanor's Cross a replica ... [more]

London 🚲Network signage at New Cavendish Street / Wimpole Street. Turn right for Regent's Park ½ Primrose Hill 1¾ Straight on for Marylebone 1 Padding 1½

Extinction Rebellion blockade of Great Cumberland Place.

Extinction Rebellion blockade of Oxford Street.

New Cavendish Street, LCN0 (seven stations circular)

Sign for a right turn at Fortnum & Mason

Segregated cycleway past Buckingham Palace

Segregated cycleway past Buckingham Palace

Bike on the Put It To The People march

Bike on the Put It To The People march

We're still a long way short of the full million people on the Put It To The People march, but there's still clearly no way through for a cyclist.

New pedestrianisation in Mayfair

Steps from Ramillies St to Oxford St

Cut-through with sushi delivery trikes

Quietway 2 now has double white lines on Sussex Gardens.

Segregated cycle lanes and lights for cyclists crossing into Hyde Park

Protected route for cyclists who can now turn left out of Hyde Park without waiting for a green light.

Cycle route to the Hyde Park police station

Is that a Cambridge Kerb on New Bond Street? (Ed: no) But those aren't cycle lanes on either side so maybe they're for pedestrians to share with parked cars.

Dockless e-bike sharing arrived in London and Milton Keynes in December 2018

Pedestrian Zone sign on South Molton Street

Cyclists Dismount at the Curzon Gate underpass

Is a 'No Cling' sign likely to be legally enforceable?

As at many London stations, there's now lots of cycle parking inside the gated area at Marylebone, where bikes presumably live overnight and at weekends.

Pedestrianisation in Soho

Cycle contraflow in Soho

Pedestrianisation in Soho

Cut-through to Broadcasting House

The main Velorution shop (and street parking)

Velorution Electric shop

Cycle Surgery, near Broadcasting House

Another West End cut-through

One Way, Dead End ?? Actually, TfL, it's a through road.

Road closure with quite a few cycle stands

No Cycling in this stylish new courtyard development

No Cycling in this stylish new courtyard development

No Cycling in this stylish new courtyard development

What's the point of the cycle lane?

What's the point of the cycle lane?

Road closure and cycleway at Shaftesbury Circus, London

Traffic-free (mostly) link to Shaftesbury Circus (& bike-sharing station)

Lunch break for the St John Ambulance cycling paramedics in Soho!

West end of Bourchier Street (so called), Soho

Cyclist on Bourchier Street (so called), Soho

TfL bike-sharing station and pedestrian alley

Plenty of cycle parking here just off Regent Street

Part of an art work at the Royal Academy...

Hidden cycle parking at the Royal Academy - for staff or students, I suspect.

Cycle parking at the Royal Academy - more needed!

Quietway 1, Covent Garden, London

South Carriageway closed to vehicles westbound, for no obvious reason - no mention that the shared-use route is open for cycling.

No cycling on this cut-through

Little-used cycle route past the police station in Hyde Park (no cycling on the routes to the left)

Rush-hour cyclists heading into Hyde Park

NCN route 4 in the bus lane on Lambeth Bridge

Poor link to CS8 - dropped kerbs needed.

Poor link to CS8 - dropped kerbs needed.

Strongly marked CS8 past a bus stop.

Cycling is permitted on the short closure between the two halves of Bond Street.

No Cycling (though it would be a useful cut-through avoiding Parliament Square)

No Cycling (though it would be a useful cut-through avoiding Parliament Square)

Experimental cycle route by Wellington Barracks, London

Route sign on experimental cycle route by Buckingham Palace

Experimental cycle route by Buckingham Palace

Experimental cycle route by Buckingham Palace. I don't know how you're meant to get onto it northbound.

It would be logical for the cycle route to continue west to the end of Kensington Gardens, but the Royal Parks have never cared much about logic.

Sign to the right off Cycle Superhighway 53, along South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park. Why not tell us where the route goes ahead?

Bike-sharing station by Cycle Superhighway 53, along South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

Crossing on Cycle Superhighway 53, along South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

Cycle Superhighway 53, along Constitution Hill. It's fairly obvious where the cyclists are meant to go, but there are still plenty of cyclists on the road, and pedestrians on the cycleway.

Cycle Superhighway 53, along South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

The new Pashley bikes for TfL's bike-sharing scheme all have Blaze Laserlights - I find it a bit disconcerting to be on the road with all these green lights bouncing around, but I suppose I'll get used to it.

The Broad Walk, Kensington Gardens - now open for cycling

Pedestrian Priority sign on this route through Kensington Gardens

Three separate No Cycling signs. They really don't want us in the Royal Parks.

Policeman's Path, Hyde Park - closed to (most) motor traffic

Cycle Surgery bike shop, Waterloo Bridge

Cyclist-only lane northbound through roadworks past the Royal Opera House

Cyclist-only lane northbound through roadworks past the Royal Opera House

Amazingly, this was the first time I've actually used a Santander bike - with only three gears it wasn't fast enough for me to mix with the traffic in my usual way, but it handled well enough, and I was able to cram my pannier into the fron ... [more]

The evening commute in Kensington Gardens

New segregated cycleway along the South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

New segregated cycleway on the West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park - the left-hand lane is for right-turning cyclists - but in practice cyclists use it in the other direction too.

Link to the new segregated cycleway on the West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park

There's a problem here - everyone thinks it's ok to cross against the red light, only to be mown down by southbound cyclists on the new segregated cycleway, which has a green light now.

There's a problem here - everyone thinks it's ok to cross against the red light, only to be mown down by southbound cyclists on the new segregated cycleway, which has a green light now.

Good to see that this has been opened up at last.

Now there's a segregated cycleway on the other side of the road the Royal Parks want to keep the west side pedestrian-only. Good luck with that.

The right-hand lane is for right-turning cyclists - but in practice cyclists use it in the other direction too.

Space has been taken from motor vehicles to provide a two-way segregated cycleway in Hyde Park

The old shared-use path on the left is closed and a new one is open to the right.

There's a new cycleway to the left of these signs, along Constitution Hill

Boris bikes (or Sadiq bikes?) seen at Dorset Square, London Location: Lisson Grove, London (England, United Kingdom) Boris bikes (or Sadiq bikes?) seen at Dorset Square, London. Heading out of London Marylebone Station, early on a ... [more]

Double-ranked bike-sharing station

Lots of bikes parked in this pedestrian-only alley

Large and well-stocked cycle-sharing station.

London's East-West Cycle Superhighway seems to be in use behind the camera as well as in front

Living sculpture, Soho

Pedestrianisation on Wardour Street, Soho

Pedestrianisation on Wardour Street, Soho

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