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Quietway 14: consultation on route east of Tower Bridge Road

London SE1 website team

Southwark Council has launched a public consultation on plans for the next section of the Quietway 14 cycle route between Tower Bridge Road and Canada Water.

Quietway 14: consultation on route east of Tower Bridge Road
A segregated contraflow cycle lane is proposed where Tanner Street passes under the railway viaduct

Quietway 14 is part of a new London-wide network of backstreet cycle routes proposed by the Mayor of London and Transport for London.

QW14 will eventually run from Blackfriars Road in the west to Canada Water in the east.

Work has recently begun at the western end of the route on Nicholson Street and Chancel Street.

Now Southwark Council has launched a public consultation on the eastern half of the route between Tower Bridge and Canada Water.

This next section of Quietway 14 will run along Tanner Street, Dockhead, Parker's Row and Wolseley Street before reaching the SE16 border.

Tanner Street is currently one-way southbound where it passes under the railway between Druid Street and Maltby Street. A segregated cycle contraflow lane is proposed for this section.

At the Tanner Street / Tooley Street / Jamaica Road junction Quietway 14 will intersect with the proposed Cycle Superhighway 4.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan this week confirmed that a separate public consultation on CS4 will take place in 2017.

Southwark's Quietway 14 public consultation runs until Monday 19 December.

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