Cycleways

We aim to continue expanding the Capital's cycle network - connecting different areas across the city - so that it reaches a third of Londoners by 2025.

Find a Cycleway

Our cycle map shows open and proposed cycle routes, as well as Santander Cycle docking stations across London.

We're still in the process of rebranding all former Cycle Superhighways and Quietways as Cycleways - this means that for now they might show on our map with their old names.

Using a Cycleway

Some Cycleways have two-way cycle lanes and shared bus stops that are designed to improve your safety while you cycle. Find out more about how to use a Cycleway safely.

Future Cycleways

Development of future Cycleways includes these routes:

Battersea Park Road

Walking and cycling changes in the area would connect to Cycleway 8. We consulted on this route in early 2022.

Wembley and Willesden Junction

We're working with the London Borough of Brent on plans for a new Cycleway. This is part of our Healthy Streets improvements between Wembley and Willesden.

Camden and Tottenham Hale

A 12km route connecting Tottenham Hale, Seven Sisters and the Nag's head.

Lea Bridge and Dalston

A 3km route connecting Lea Bridge and Dalston.

We've consulted on this route and started work on the section between Lea Bridge and Clapton, in partnership with London Borough of Hackney

Hackney and Isle of Dogs

A 7.5km route connecting Hackney to the Isle of Dogs via Westferry, Mile End and Victoria Park.

We've consulted on this route.

Greenwich and Woolwich

This route will be part of Cycleway 4, linking Tower Bridge and Woolwich.

West Kensington, Hammersmith, Chiswick and Brentford

This route is called Cycleway 9 (C9).

Brentford to Hounslow

In early 2022 we consulted on an extension of the C9 route to run from Brentford to Hounslow. Find out about our proposals on the Hounslow and Brentford walking and cycling changes page.

Wood Lane and Shepherd's Bush

This route is a proposed extension to Cycleway 34.

Walking & cycling changes

We made temporary changes in 2020 and 2021 to help people cycle and walk during the pandemic. We're consulting to see if some of these schemes should be made permanent. See more on our consultation site, Have your say.