Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Pop the cork, it's Champagne time!

This afternoon I received the following news from Lambeth Council:

A recent decision has been made to take down the 'No Cycling' signs along the Lambeth owned stretch of river walk and instead erect: Pedestrian Priority. Considerate Cycling Welcomed This will however take a couple of weeks to come into effect in order to get new signs made up and to replace the existing ones.


We are really keen to tackle aggressive cycling along this stretch; however want to achieve this through a mixture of education methods and PCSO's stopping those they feel are cycling too fast.

Cheers!

5 comments:

iswas said...

Well done to all involved in campaigning for this!

Paul M said...

Does that cover the stretch in fron of the hospital, or does that belong to the hospital trust?

Charlie Holland said...

It is the stretch in front of the hospital

amoeba said...

I'm glad it was successful. Those who took part can feel confident that this small victory will have saved cyclists' lives.

We just have to crack the nut which is antisocial cycling.

It's important to remember we all get tarred with the same brush.

ibikelondon said...

Coming slightly late to this, but well done, this is fantastic news!