LB Camden is currently consulting on measures to improve conditions for people cycling and walking along Gray’s Inn Road, and to provide wider road safety and public realm benefits. It is proposed to implement protected cycle tracks in both directions on Gray’s Inn Road, from Harrison Street in the north to High Holborn in the south, to ensure high levels of comfort and safety for anyone cycling along this corridor.
The images below illustrate the changes that are proposed along the corridor, in comparison to the current road layout.
Why the proposed changes?
A study carried out in 2016 (‘Kings Cross-Farringdon Public Realm”) identified, in conjunction with the local community and stakeholders, a number of issues for people walking and cycling in this area. The proposed changes on Gray’s Inn Road, currently being consulted upon, contribute towards this vision. The proposals also contribute towards the aims and vision set out by/ in:
- the Citizen’s Assembly on the Climate Crisis,
- the Camden Plan and,
- the new Camden Transport Strategy and associated Action Plans.
This is your opportunity to comment
Hare your views on the proposals by 29 November 2019.
The questionnaire and additional information will be available from 25 October on the following link: Gray’s Inn Road Cycling, Walking & Road Safety Proposals