Help shape ‘Mini-Holland’ cycling vision for Kingston
Kingston could become a ‘mini-Holland’ under a £100m plan to boost cycling in outer London.
Kingston Council is encouraging people to come forward with ideas for how the borough could be more cycle-friendly under the Mayor of London’s Vision for Cycling.
Kingston, one of London’s Biking Boroughs, will bid for a share of the Mayor’s funds that could see new cycle routes, cycle hubs at stations, safer junctions and other improvements for cyclists and pedestrians including tree-lined green corridors.
The aim is to make our town centres as cycle-friendly as their Dutch counterparts.
Councillor Simon James, Kingston Council’s Lead Member for Transport, said:
"This is a fantastic opportunity, not just for cyclists but for the whole borough. We want to hear from people how we can make the borough a better and safer place for cyclists."
Kingston has one of the highest rates of cycling in London and some of the lowest accident rates for cyclists and pedestrians.
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The Mayor of
London’s Vision for Cycling is at www.tfl.gov.uk