Cycle Superhighway CS9: South Circular to get a dedicated bike lane

A short section of London's busy South Circular is to have its own dedicated bike lane as part of the Mayor's newest 'Cycle Superhighway'.

City Hall today revealed plans for west London's first segregated cycle route, CS9, from Kensington to Brentford - writes itv.com.

The 6km bike track will include 130m of the South Circular near Kew Bridge. The north east bound dual carriageway will be reduced to one lane for motor vehicles.

Some residential roads in Chiswick will be closed to through traffic. The new Superhighway will include a bike bypass around the congested Hammersmith gyratory.

Read also other news on London website.

I recommend
No recommendations yet

Feedbacks and comments

Write feedback
Write comment

Please leave a constructive, reasoned and informative text relating to the quality of the company's work, on the example of personal experience.

Not allowed: use of non-normative obscenities, threats or insults; direct comparison with other competing companies; placing a links to third-party Internet resources; advertising and self-promotion, statements related to the company's activities.

Enter e-mail:
Your e-mail will not be shown on the site
or Log in , for write feedback
Feedback:
Load photo:
Select

Comments are designed to communicate and discuss the features of an enterprise or event, as well as to find out the interesting questions on it.