Another chance to comment on cycle quietways

Published: 27 January 2016

An extra drop-in session has been arranged for Earlsfield residents to find out more about proposals for cycle Quietway Route 4.

Quietways are a proposed network of high-quality, well-signed cycle routes throughout London, mostly using quiet back streets containing less traffic. They are aimed at new cyclists, and those who would prefer to cycle on quieter routes at a gentler pace.

Two of the routes proposed by Transport for London will travel through the borough, and the council is keen to hear the views of local residents and road users.

Quietway 4 would run from Clapham Common to Wimbledon via Earlsfield. The extra session has been arranged at Earlsfield School to ensure that more people have a chance to have their say.

Come and find out more about the proposals from council officers at one of the following sessions:

  • Wednesday February 3, 7pm to 9pm, Earlsfield Primary School, Tranmere Road.
  • Wednesday February 10, 9am-1pm, Wandsworth Common (Skylark café area)
  • Saturday February 13, 11am to 1pm, Earlsfield Library

The proposals are also on display at the library until February 13.

Read more about Q4 – Clapham Common to Wimbledon

Transport for London is also consulting on a Quietway 4 proposal for Trinity Road. The deadline for responding is March 1.  

Quietway 5 would run via Tooting Bec Common. Find out more at a drop in session on Saturday January 30 from 11am until 2pm in Tooting Bec Common, outside the café.

Read more about Q5 – Waterloo to Croydon  

You can also take part in the council’s consultation online. Follow the links to the online form at www.wandsworth.gov.uk/quietways. The deadline is February 14.