Go Cycle and Mini-Holland programme win CIHT Healthy Transport Award
Today, the pioneering Mini-Holland programme, including Go Cycle in Kingston, won the Healthy Transport Award in the annual Chartered Institute Highways & Transportation (CIHT) Awards.
Kingston to introduce temporary protected walking and cycle lanes to aid social distancing
Starting tomorrow (Saturday 23 May), new walking and cycling routes will be created across the borough to help make public spaces safer and aid social distancing.
New Malden to Raynes Park Go Cycle Route Opens
On Saturday 13 July, the new 1.2km cycle and walking route joining New Malden and Raynes Park opens.
Wheatfield Way Go Cycle route helping to improve cycling connectivity and cleaner air in Kingston
A new Go Cycle route on Wheatfield Way in Kingston is set to open following a transformation to better connect the borough’s cycle network and help improve air quality.
Kingston moves forward with greener transport plans
Kingston Council have agreed plans to create a healthier environment for residents, visitors and businesses by install more electric vehicle charging points.
Multi-million pound investment to deliver road safety and environment improvements in Kingston
Kingston Council have announced multi-million pound plans to improve the borough’s road and transport networks over the next 3 years.
Cycling in Kingston scores well on progress report
A report by Kingston Council has shown that the number of people cycling in the borough has increased significantly in the past 12 months and steadily since 2014.