The routes are clearly marked with purple signs to help cyclists find their way along roads they may never have cycled along before. Quietways are ideal for people who want to cycle on lower-traffic streets, especially if they are new to cycling in London.
We're working in partnership with the London boroughs and managing authorities to put Quietway routes in place across the Capital. Some routes will be finished in 2018. These maps show full proposed routes with sections completed as of November 2017.
Quietway 1 (South) - Waterloo to Greenwich (Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Greenwich)
Quietway 1 (North): Covent Garden to Kentish Town (Westminster, Camden)
Quietway 2 (East): Bloomsbury to Waltham Forest (Camden, Hackney, Islington, Waltham Forest)
Quietway 2 (West): East Acton to Notting Hill (Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham)
Quietway 3: Regents Park to Gladstone Park (Westminster, Brent, Camden)
Quietway 4: Clapham Common to Wimbledon (Lambeth, Wandsworth, Merton)
Quietway 5: Waterloo to Norbury (Lambeth, Wandsworth)
Quietway 6: Mile End to Barkingside (Tower Hamlets, Newham, Redbridge, Hackney, and the London Legacy Development Corporation)
Quietway 7: Elephant and Castle to Crystal Palace (Southwark, Lambeth)
Quietway 11: the City to Angel (City of London, Islington, Hackney)
Quietway 13: Old Street to Broadway Market (Islington, Hackney)
Quietway 14: Southwark to Canada Water (Southwark)
Quietway 15: Belgravia to Earls Court (Kensington & Chelsea)
Quietway 22: Victoria Park to Newham Way via the Greenway
Route consultations will be carried out by the boroughs locally. We are consulting locally on the TfL Road Network (TLRN) junctions where changes are being proposed. Visit the Quietways consultation page.