Construction work to start on Cycleway 50
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that construction work will begin on a new cycle route between Finsbury Park and Holloway Road on 20 February. The new section of Cycleway 50 will be the first along a major new corridor of safer walking and cycling infrastructure and will be a significant boost to London’s growing network of high-quality Cycleways. The new route, which includes an overhaul of the intimidating and outdated Nag’s Head gyratory, will deliver much-needed improvements to roads and junctions and make it easier for everyone in the area to travel in a healthy, sustainable and affordable way.
- The first phase will be built as an experimental route, enabling people to cycle between Finsbury Park and Holloway Road in segregated lanes
- Work on further phases connecting Holloway Road and York Way could begin later this year
- Enabling more people to walk and cycle is vital to a healthier and more sustainable transport network for all Londoners
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