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Photo listing : road environments (event)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

This listing only shows photos within London.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Good to see public space used for socialising instead of driving

Extinction Rebellion blockade of Great Cumberland Place.

Extinction Rebellion blockade of Oxford Street.

Several hundred riders on Stop Killing Cyclists’ first Pedal on Parliament ride and die in, passing through Aldwych.

18 months of hard campaigning paid off – all key stakeholders no longer opposed to #CloseTheGates at #RegentsPark ( Big thank you to all ... [more]

Still from a bike crash recorded by a minicab camera: Looks like the cyclist got up immediately.

Thousands turned out for the ride today including all four generations of one family! Read on

Buckingham Palace home of our patron. akes a truly stunning backdrop for @RideLondon #daytoremember #inspired

Andrew Gilligan talking to the All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group event

Andrew Gilligan talking to the All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group event

Everything stops for David Cameron (probably) to come out of Whitehall on the wrong side of the road.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington showing some of the Olympic traffic lanes. See...

Lane markings changed in the run up to the games.

Jubilee crowds fill Westminster bridge, in the distance a big screen shows what looks like St. Paul's cathedral.

Jubilee crowds on Westminster bridge. There's a big screen in the far distance showing images from the flotilla.

Waterloo bridge as it should be, thronging with tens of thousands of people.

LCC's #thebigride turns into Regent Street, after waiting for pedestrians to cross.

The start of London Cycling Campaign's #theBigRide crossing Park Lane to the sound of Queen's I want to Ride my Bicycle.

Whitehall on LCC's #theBigRide

LCC's #theBigRide in Piccadilly

10,000 riders on LCC's #theBigRide

Two unicyclists give a highly entertaining show at Covent Garden. This is only a flavour of it, and of course you have to be there. We gave a good contribution at the end, so I don't think they'll mind us featuring this short clip.

Another good thing about the Boris Bike scheme is that you now often see the sight of people in their suit and tie on a bike - in this case one of the cyclestreets developers passing through Chinatown.

CycleStreets developers in London town for another business meeting.

Simon representing CycleStreets and Cambridge Cycling Campaign (with Jim in the background on the left) at the end of the MP's bike ride during Bike Week 2011. Parliamentary under secretary for the Department for Transport, Norman Baker is ... [more]

The MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011 arrives at Parliament.

Outspoken delivers the cycling message to Parliament at the end of the MP's bike ride during Bike Week 2011.

The MP's bike ride during BikeWeek 2011 arrives at Parliament.

The MPs' bike ride in BikeWeek 2011.

The MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011.

Riding through Admiralty Arch on the MP's bike ride - with our police escort.

The windows on a tall building colour this cycle route and give our webmaster a shock of red hair.

A trishaw waits in the traffic - taken from the front seats of the double decker bus.

Actor Stephen Adams, follows in the footsteps of the once-fab 4. I found the live footage from this famous zebra crossing rather enthralling:

Dr. Bike outside Westminster Cathedral.

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