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Queen Street Q11 cycleway

​The City of London Corporation is consulting on the introduction of traffic calming in College Street, Queen Street and Skinners Lane. Read the documents below and send us your comments by 17 February 2020.

Notice of Proposal (79KB)
Statement of Reasons (64KB)
Plan (261KB)

Write to:

Department of the Built Environment
City of London Corporation
PO Box 270
London EC2P 2EJ

Quote reference: Sect90/DBE/CT-GL

The City Corporation is working on improvements to the Q11 cycleway that provides an alternative route for cyclists that avoids the heavily used main thoroughfares, especially those that do not have any dedicated cycle lanes.

The cycleway runs along Queen Street where there are a number of sections that have been closed to motor vehicles but includes a section open to all traffic between the junctions with Cloak Lane and Great St. Thomas Apostle and then College Street and Skinners Lane.

The City Corporation is proposing to introduce a raised junction table at the junction of College Street, Queen Street and Skinners Lane. This will link up to section leading to Upper Thames Street and the East-West Cyclesuperhighway and will also provide step free routes for pedestrians at the junction.

Entry tables already exist in Cloak Lane and Great St. Thomas Apostle at their junctions with Queen Street. The City Corporation is proposing to raise the section of Queen Street that lies in between and create one junction table. This will provide a transition to the length of Queen Street leading up to Cannon Street and provide a step free route for pedestrians.


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