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Cycling consultations

See information for our open and closed consultations related to the Westminster Cycling Strategy.

Published on: 25 February 2021

Last updated: 5 November 2021

The Westminster Cycling Strategy provides details on the range of projects that we will be developing over the coming years to encourage more people to take up cycling, to improve facilities for existing cyclists and to improve safety.

Upcoming consultations 

A key programme for Westminster will be the implementation of new several cycle lanes and ‘Cycleway’ routes. This will contribute to the network of cycle routes across Central London and will be developed in partnership with Transport for London (TfL) and other authorities in Central London.

More information about the Cycleway network is available from Transport for London

The following routes have been prioritised for implementation by 2026, subject to more detailed feasibility, design work and consultation.

We will shortly publish our updated map of the proposed routes within the borough prior to consulting on them in more detail.

Retention of our temporary ‘Cycling Movement Strategy’ cycle lanes across Westminster:

  • Portland Place
  • Paddington Area
  • Buckingham Palace Road
  • Abingdon Street
  • Queensway/Inverness Terrace
  • Westbourne Terrace Corridor
  • Harrow Road
  • Lupus Street
  • Northumberland Avenue
  • Paddington – Royal Oak
  • Bayswater Road

Proposed Cycleways in development:

  • Fitzrovia to Pimlico
  • Hyde Park to Fitzrovia
  • St John's Wood to Marylebone
  • Camden Town to Little Venice

Find out more about the cycling strategy