New cycle routes are put to the test
This week we welcomed a visit from Michael Barratt of Transport for London (TfL). He praised the Hackney Britannia Project for the cycle access around the site, including the two-way cycling routes. These were developed in collaboration with Hackney Council and TfL. You can see Michael’s tweet about his visit below.
Alongside this work, this week we have also completed road markings within Pitfield Street to enable clearer direction for cyclists using the Cycle Super Highway.
Further improvements at #Britannia site Hyde Rd with two-way cycling in operation. Part of a @hackneycouncil @TfL @morgansindallci collaboration to raise standards at construction.@CCScheme @BITAIntl @hackney_cycling @CycleIslington @london_cycling @ActiveTravelCre @NFDCglobal pic.twitter.com/8BkNL6p0pW
— Michael Barratt (@MBCyclingTM) 25 September 2019