We're creating 450km of new Cycleways by 2024 so that more Londoners will live near the cycle network.

Find a Cycleway

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

We're still launching Cycleways, so you'll see current Cycle Superhighways and Quietways on our map. These will be replaced with Cycleways in future.

Future Cycleways 

We're building lots of new Cycleways to connect people and places across London. Here's the first Cycleways we're working on: 

Camden and Tottenham Hale 

A 12km route connecting Tottenham Hale, Seven Sisters and the Nag's head. We'll consult on this route in summer 2020. 

Lea Bridge and Dalston 

A 3km route connecting Lea Bridge, the City and Tottenham at Dalston.  

We're consulting on this route, between Dalston and Clapton. See our plans and give your views

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. See our plans

Ilford and Barking Riverside 

A 7km route connecting Ilford to Barking Riverside via Barking Town. 

We've consulted on the first phase of this route. See our plans. We'll consult on the second phase soon. 

Greenwich and Woolwich 

This route will connect to Cycleway 4, linking Tower Bridge and Woolwich.  

We'll consult on this route in late 2019. 

West Kensington, Hammersmith, Chiswick and Brentford

This route will connect to Cycleway 9. We've consulted on this route. See our plans.