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February
2016
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13:16
Europe/London

Have your say on the North-South Cycle Superhighway

Transport for London (TfL), together with Camden and Islington Councils, would like your views on proposals for the North-South Cycle Superhighway (CS6) between Stonecutter Street (near Holborn Viaduct) and King’s Cross.

TfL previously consulted on the North-South Cycle Superhighway in autumn 2014 (click here for details) and are currently constructing the first phase between Elephant & Castle and Stonecutter Street.

The proposals in this consultation would continue the substantially segregated cycle route on Farringdon Road, and provide cycle improvements along quieter back-streets towards King’s Cross.

As part of the Central London Grid, we will be consulting on a new cycling route to extend facilities beyond the North-South Cycle Superhighway. The route will begin at the Midland Road/Euston Road/Judd Street junction continuing along Midland Road to join with existing facilities on Pancras Road and Royal College Street. This consultation will run from 15 February to 20 March. For scheme details and to respond, visit consultations.wearecamden.org/culture-environment/midland from 15 February.

How do I view the proposals and have my say?

TfL is also holding a number of public events where you will have the opportunity to see details of the proposals and talk to the project team:

  • King’s Cross Underground main ticket hall below the main concourse of King’s Cross Mainline Station (Northern Concourse for Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines) from 3 to 7pm on Friday 12 February
  • Horsfall Room, Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG on Monday 15 February from 6.30 to 8.30pm
  • Horsfall Room, Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG on Friday 19 February from 2 to 5pm*
  • Farringdon Underground new Crossrail entrance in Cowcross Street from 3 to 7pm on Friday 18 March.

TfL is also consulting on initial ideas to simplify the road network in the King’s Cross area. Find out more at tfl/.gov.uk/kings-cross-gyratory.

*  At the Kings Place events there will also be project teams for the King’s Cross gyratory and Midland Road/Euston Road/Judd Street consultations.