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Articles about the plans for a cycle lane network throughout Enfield (the "Mini-Holland" scheme).

There is also a Cycle Enfield-Mini Holland category in the discussion forums


Transport for London (TFL) are currently carrying out research into new cycling infrastructure in LB Camden, LB Enfield, and LB Waltham Forest.

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Active travel can play a critical role in increasing levels of physical activity. Two recent reports set out why it must be a priority area for improvement in health and social care.

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Statistics provided by Cycle Enfield show that the number of people riding bikes past an automatic count point at Palmers Green Triangle has been steadily rising over the last four months. In February trips past the counter in either direction totalled 7,343. By May this measure had risen to 11,166. Average weekday trips rose from 304 a day in February to 396 a day in May

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The most comprehensive study of bicycle and road safety to date finds that building safe facilities for cyclists is one of the biggest factors in road safety for everyone. Bicycling infrastructure -- specifically, separated and protected bike lanes -- leads to fewer fatalities and better road-safety outcomes for all road users.

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Waltham Forest Council has released a short video outlining the achievements of the Enjoy Waltham Forest project since it began five years ago, when the borough was one of three to win bids for Mini-Holland funding from the Mayor of London and Transport for London.

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Enfield Council's deputy leader has defended the borough's cycle lanes schemes against accusations of discrimination made by a charity that supports blind and partially sighted people.

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Enfield Council is inviting feedback on proposed cycle quietway linking Palmers Green with the A10 and Edmonton

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Updated guidance published by the UK's top authority on improving health and social care calls on local authorities to prioritise walking, cycling and public transport over private cars.  Recommended measures include re-allocating road space by widening pavements and installing cycle lanes, closing roads and reducing vehicle speeds. The fact that the Cycle Enfield and Quieter Neighbourhood programmes are designed to do just that is no coincidence.  Over the last few years Government.......

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On Sunday families came out in their scores to celebrate the inauguration of the cycle lanes connecting Palmers Green to Enfield Town along the A105.

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Better Streets for Enfield and Cycle Enfield are jointly hosting a celebratory ride along the newly completed bike lanes between Enfield Town and Palmers Green. Riders will assemble outside Capitol House in Winchmore Hill at 2pm on 11th March. Ride the A105! On the afternoon of Sunday 11 March  we’re gathering to ride the new cycle lanes along the A105! Meet here in Winchmore Hill at 2pm on Sunday 11 March Come one and all, whether you cycle every day or haven’t.......

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The results of the largest ever study of the health benefits of cycling to work suggest that councils and governments need to make it a top priority to encourage as many commuters to get on their bikes as possible.

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Residents, don’t be surprised when you see the faster cyclists on expensive bikes refusing to use parts of the new cycle lane this year. It is not designed to be cycled at high speed. It is there to provide a safe space, but cyclists are not OBLIGED to use the cycle lane. Thanks pic.twitter.com/JNnpGdNR6K — WinchmoreHill Police (@MPSWinchmoreH) 14 January 2018 <?php$ogImage = ' ';include.......

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Consultations are currently under way for four minor proposals that form part of the Cycle Enfield scheme: A short section of cycle track at the junction of Bury Street West and Church Street designed to provide a safe link between the main A105 cycle lanes and the new Quietway running alongside the Salmons Brook (deadline for responses 12th November) Bike hangars in three locations (deadline for responses 13th November). Bury Street West/Church Street The proposal is to provide a.......

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As part of the Cycle Enfield works, Green Lanes will be closed between Hedge Lane and Hazelwood Lane overnight for four nights, commencing on Tuesday 29th August.  The closures will be from 8pm to 6am and will allow resurfacing of the main carriageway.  The noisiest work will be carried out up to midnight.  There will be no access to Green Lanes from Osborne Road, Windsor Road, Park Avenue and Fox Lane during the overnight closures. The eventual layout of this stretch of Green.......

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Artist's impression of Palmers Green Triangle after completion of Cycle Enfield works Work to reconfigure the Palmers Green Triangle area in line with the Cycle Enfield project is due to start in five days time, when the clock will be removed and placed in storage. The actual roadworks will commence a week later, on 17th July.  The bottom part of Aldermans Hill (between Devonshire Road and Green Lanes) will be closed to vehicles approximately three months. Notice of the closure is.......

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A105 Scheme Green Dragon Lane to York Road –The zebra crossing is now complete and has been reopened. Borden Avenue to Walnut Grove – The final section of line marking and cycle segregation units has been installed. The rain garden outside St Stephen’s has been installed and further work will continue to replace the raised flower beds and other landscaping work. Our lighting contractor Bouygues are scheduled to install the new crossing adjacent to Regency Court later this.......

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