London Cycling Design Guide
Glossary of acronyms and other terms (PDF 416Kb)
Chapter 1 - Introduction (PDF 2.6Mb)
Policy context, network key concepts.
Chapter 2 - Procedures (PDF 2.9Mb)
Process involved in taking a scheme from conception to implementation
Chapter 3 - Links (plain) (PDF 2.4Mb)
Options for motorised vehicle speed control and traffic management on 'plain links' i.e. links without special facilities for cyclists
Chapter 4 - Links (cycle facilities) (PDF 2.5Mb)
Information on the options for links including on-carriageway lanes, off-carriageway tracks and shared use situations within the highway boundary, green cycle corridors, rights of way outside the highway boundary.
Chapter 5 - Junctions and Crossings (PDF 2.6Mb)
Options at priority junctions, signalised junctions and roundabouts and informal and formal crossings.
Chapter 6 - Signs and Markings (PDF 2.6Mb)
Statutory and informatory signing and markings
Chapter 7 - Construction including surfacing (PDF 2.3Mb)
General construction details and workmanship, including surfacing, colour, drainage, lighting etc.
Chapter 8 - Cycle Parking (PDF 2.4Mb)
Guidance on cycle parking within the highway boundary
Appendix A - References and bibliography (PDF 791Kb)
Appendix B - Liaison with TfL Signals Section (PDF 858Kb)