Walking and cycling changes between Chelsea Bridge and Wandsworth town centre

We have made some changes to Cycle Superhighway 8 between Chelsea Bridge and Wandsworth town centre as part of an experiment. We hope these changes will help people who can to walk and cycle more, to help maintain space on public transport for those who need it and help people to avoid people using their cars as much as possible.

We want to know your views and experiences of these changes. We are holding a six-month consultation on the experimental scheme. You can reply in two ways:

We have made some changes to Cycle Superhighway 8 between Chelsea Bridge and Wandsworth town centre as part of an experiment. We hope these changes will help people who can to walk and cycle more, to help maintain space on public transport for those who need it and help people to avoid people using their cars as much as possible.

We want to know your views and experiences of these changes. We are holding a six-month consultation on the experimental scheme. You can reply in two ways:

  • The Map, where you can quickly pin your comment about a specific location. We are trialling this tool on this consultation, and covers just the section along Battersea Park Road between Macduff Road and Latchmere Road
  • A Survey, where we will ask about your experiences of the scheme and the impact you feel it has had. This will take 10-15 minutes to complete

We also want this consultation to be accessible to everyone. There is an Easy Read version of our materials in the ‘Documents’ section. There is also an Easy Read version of our survey. In the bottom right-hand corner, there is also a British Sign Language video which includes audio. If you need to translate this page into another language, please use the ‘Select language’ button in the bottom-left hand corner of this page.

The purpose of this scheme

Enabling walking and cycling

Cycle Superhighway 8 (CS8) is in the top 5% of routes in London with the greatest potential for people to cycle, but only if we help them to do so by providing new cycle lanes and other infrastructure. Doing so will help to take pressure off buses and trains so that key workers, and people who cannot walk or cycle can travel more easily.

Keeping people safe

We also need to take action to prevent people walking and cycling from being hurt and injured: in the last three years up to November 2019 64 people cycling and 54 people walking were hurt in collisions involving traffic on this route. These changes build on a series of temporary improvements we made to the northern section of CS8 last Spring. The upgraded CS8 will also connect to existing cycling facilities on Queenstown Road and Garratt Lane.

A map giving an overview of the changes we will be making can be found in the 'Documents' section.

We recently briefed local Councillors and stakeholders about the temporary measures we are introducing. The slide deck we used to explain the changes and the reasons for them can be found in the 'Documents' section.

Information to help you respond

There is additional information in the ‘Documents’ section of this page. This information explains in more detail:

Pin your feedback on our map

4 months

Alongside our Survey, we wanted to give you the opportunity to share issues you may have with specific locations - whether that is about parking, cycling or walking. To help you do that, we are using our Places tool. 

This tool allows you to pin on specific locations where you are finding issues and gives you space to provide comments on what you'd like to see us do about it:

  • Parking - where you are finding it difficult to park and access services, or there are difficulties with loading and deliveries
  • Cycling - where you'd like to see changes to the infrastructure provided that would make it easier and safer to cycle
  • Walking - where you'd like to see changes to the infrastructure provided that would make it easier and safer to walk

When using this tool you'll 'pin' your comment to a specific location. Click on the plus sign to select the pin you want, and then drag it on to the map. You'll only be able to pin and add comments within the designated area box. There's space to provide a short comment and upload a photo if you'd like. In your comment please tell us as precisely as possible what the issue is, how its impacting you, and what you think we could do about it.

This is the first time we are using this tool. We need to understand how easy the tool is for you to use, and how we can analyse your responses and report on them. As a result, we are not going to make this available on the whole route but on a small section - Battersea Park Road between the junctions of Macduff Road and Latchmere Road. If you have any comments to make on other sections please use the Survey. 

If you have specific accessibility requirements which mean you are unable to use this tool, please contact haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk. Provide us with the location, identifying any specific issues or opportunities you would like us to consider.

Please note that any comments you make on the map will be visible to others and will be subject to moderation. Any personal information will be kept confidential but your user name will be displayed. For further details on moderation are available here

Comments made on the map will be made publicly available after the project has closed and we may also include them in the form of a report on the results of the engagement exercise, but any personal information will be kept confidential. Your personal information will be properly safeguarded and processed in accordance with the requirements of privacy and data protection legislation. For further information, please visit our privacy policy.


Page last updated: 01 October 2021, 17:38