Huntley Street - London Cycle Hire Scheme Proposed Docking Station And Two Way Cycling Consultation

Closed 19 Jun 2010

Opened 17 May 2010

Results expected 5 Jul 2010

Overview

Transport for London (TfL) is introducing a new cycle hire scheme in partnership with the 9 central London boroughs and the Royal Parks. The scheme will allow you to collect a bicycle from a  docking station, use it for travel purposes, and then return it to any docking station.

Why We Are Consulting

We are consulting on proposals for a Cycle Hire Docking Station and two-way cycling on Huntley Street. 

It is proposed to have a docking station on Huntley Street, at the Torrington Place end. This will be assisted by a cycle access gap at Torrington Place, enabling cyclists to legally enter Huntley Street at this end, and complemented by allowing two-way contraflow cycling along Huntley Street up to University Street where cyclists can continue their journey.

What Happens Next

If agreed, the works will be carried out in the Autumn 2010, and will be paid for by TfL.

 Please note that this document covers two separate schemes:

1. Cycle Hire Station

2. Two-way cycling in Huntley Street.

 This consultation could result in only one of these schemes progressing, both, or none.

Areas

  • Bloomsbury

Audiences

  • Businesses
  • Councillors
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Residents
  • Statutory Groups

Interests

  • Transport and streets