We work with Transport for London, London Cycle Network, Merton Cycling Campaign and Sustrans to develop and maintain high-quality cycling facilities in Merton.
Melrose avenue- contra-flow cycle lane improvements 10 February 2022
Lingfield Road contraflow cycle lane 18 February 2021
We are committed to encouraging cycling and are keen to develop cycle routes that are safe, user-friendly and clearly signed that form useful links to existing routes and town centres.
Cycle Skills Network Audit
This is a detailed survey of all roads and motor traffic free paths in Merton. Each route is classified by the skill level that cyclists would need to have achieved to be able to ride on it safely.
Merton cycle map
The Merton cycle map shows all existing cycling infrastructure within Merton ranging from carriageway segregated cycle lanes to Quietway routes
Merton High Street Stepped Cycle Track
We will be introducing kerb separated stepped cycle tracks on Merton High Street between the junction of Haydon's Road and the bus garage.
Installing cycle lane defenders September 2020
Creating space for cyclists along key routes is a key part of our COVID-19 Transport Strategy.
To encourage more people to cycle and improve safety for cyclists within the borough of Merton, cycle lane defenders have been installed within the borough at the following locations.
- Church Road between Lewis Road and Phipps Bridge Road. Completed 11 September 2020
- Plough Lane between the junction with Gap road and the River Wandle Bridge. Completed 9 September 2020
- Raleigh Gardens on approach to Western Road. Completed August 2020
- Haydons Road Bridge. Completed 7 and 8 September 2020
- Merton High Street Between Haydons Road and Bus Garage (to be installed on 12 and 13 October 2020
- Merton High Street Experimental Traffic Order 2020