CRISPs affecting routes in Camden and nearby
CRISP stands for Cycle Route Inspection and Stakeholder Plan. This is a process deisgned by Transport for London for improving roads so as to produce a network of cycle routes called LCN+.
You can access the CRISP datasheets from the LCN+ website. That's in case any of our links below are broken.
CCC has participated in the following CRISPs affecting routes in Camden.
Link 27: Highgate Village to Tottenham Court Road station
Work started in October 2006. Almost all work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2009. Background, route, discussion, work schedule
Link 28: the north-south route from Cliff Road to Great Queen Street
The route was already agreed; the CRISP report recommended improvements for safety and for bringing the route up to standard. Map, questionnaire and discussion, work following CRISP
The most important safety aspect is a re-design of the junction of Agar Grove/St Pancras Way/Baynes Street, which was consulted on in Summer 2008. The work on the entire route is scheduled in 2007-9.
Link 26 and Link 31
Link 26: Avenue Road, Swiss Cottage and then following the zig-zag route on the east of Finchley Road to the Barnet border.
Link 31 (access to Kilburn High Road) Response to questionnaire returned October 31. Pre-CRIM report 15.03.07. CRIM 28.03.07. Meeting with TfL at Swiss Cottage August 2007. Draft CRISP Report Nov 15 2007. Meeting to discuss Draft CRISP Report 19.12.2007. Links 26 and 31 details.
Link 29 (from St Pancras way to Copenhagen Street) Map , response to questionnaire, report, alignment.. CRIM June 2007. Draft Report Dec 2007. Ian Murdoch writes report on CRIM then leaves. Steve Cardno writes Final Report Dec 2008.
Link 30 (Seven Stations Link (Camden section of Stations Circular) Discussion -questionnaire March 2008CRIM June 2008, Draft CRISP Report November 2008..
Link 50 (Route 39) Discussion questionnaire June 2008, CRIM Nov 2008..
Camden Local Route
Map, initial comments.. To be discussed by members.
Map and response to questionnaire
CRISPs on LCN+ routes in Westminster
Links 235 and 242 (Westminster sections of Routes 6 and 6a)
Link 237 (Westminster section of Route 44)
CRISPs on TfL roads near Camden
CCC has participated in the following CRISPS:
A201 Farringdon Road
A501 (Pentonville/City Rd)
A503 (Camden road, Seven Sisters Road and further east)
Route 5 (from Kilburn High Road to Burnt Oak)