Get Cycling / Central London Grid
The Central London Grid will be a mixture of Quietways and Superhighways in the City and West End.
Superhighways are mostly segregated and on main roads, while Quietways, will be lower-intervention and mainly on streets with less traffic.
Transport for London, in partnership with seven London boroughs, the City of London, the Greater London Authority, the Canal and River Trust and The Royal Parks, has developed proposed routes for the Central London Grid.
Download the map of proposed Grid routes (PDF 3.7MB)
Download the map of proposed Grid routes showing borough boundaries (PDF 513KB)
Download 'Central London Grid: Changing the culture of cycling in London' (PDF 5.6MB)
Download the Central London Grid frequently asked questions (PDF 35KB)
To comment on these proposals, please contact your local authority or email TfL with any general comments by 14 February 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments sent to TfL will also be shared with the borough whose road it is. If you could indicate the borough(s) to which you are referring, we will ensure that these comments are forwarded on. Please refer to the map above showing borough boundaries to identify the applicable borough.