Details of Protest - meet at Mabley Street, 5:30pm, 18th October

Protest ride October 2023

Road danger protest - 18th October 2023

A 36 year-old woman was killed on Whiston Road in a collision with a driver. The memorial at the scene includes flowers and cards from the woman’s 4 year-old and 18 month old children.

Another collision between a driver and a cyclist on Kenworthy Road has resulted in the death of a...

Options to redesign Downham Road

Hackney Council are currently considering two options for improvement for Downham Road. Only one of the options presented is acceptable. 

Option A: 
  • Forces cyclists, including school children. to share the roads with 6,000 motor vehicles.
  • This disqualifies Option A as an acceptable option, and should not be...

Priority interventions

We have released ten locations Hackney Council should immediately make safe for walking and cycling. If completed, they would see Chatsworth Road become a pleasant street market, Hackney Wick return to its Olympic-era quiet, and a safe cycling route from Finsbury Park to Clissold park.

Cycle tracks on Green Lanes: support them now

Green Lanes is fast, scary and dangerous for people cycling.  In three years, 57 people have been injured or killed using the road: a third of them were walking or cycling.  This is despite having speed cameras fitted.  Change is essential.


Lea Bridge to Dalston – Phase 2 consultation

Phase 2 of the route from Lea Bridge to Dalston is being consulted on, and offers very positive improvements.

The first phase of the route was consulted upon earlier in the year, and it included some improvements for cycling, such as a crossing across Kingsland High Street from Sandringham Road. However, it didn’t contain additional filters...

Hackney – Isle of Dogs Cycle Future Route 5 #FR5

This new cycling infrastructure is a TfL plan on borough roads.

Answer the consultation by FRIDAY 21st JUNE

General comments on this scheme:

- This scheme is supported with caveats. If fully implemented and improved it could result in many more people and a wider range of people...

New Balls Pond Road crossing CS1 consultation

Hackney Council is again working with Islington Council and Transport for London (TfL) to make improvements to the Cycle Superhighway Route 1 (CS1) on Balls Pond Road.

This much needed link will allow users of CS1 to cross Balls Pond Road more safely than current arrangements which are deeply unsatisfactory.

In February 2015 TfL in...

School Streets

School Streets make it easier for kids and their parents to choose to walk or cycle to school. A School Street Scheme allows only pedestrians and cyclists to use the street outside a school during pick-up and drop-off times - removing cars.

A number of School Streets have been set up in Hackney, including ones...

Manifesto Launch

Hackney Cycling launched our 2018 manifesto alongside Hackney Living Streets in April. A combined hustings event was held at the Pembury Community Centre with all four major political parties attending