Transport for London has launched a seven-week consultation on a two-way segregated cycle track running through Hyde Park, along Constitution Hill and Birdcage Walk.
The route is part of the East-West Cycle Superhighway approved last week by the TfL board.
City Hall says the route, and its North-South counterpart, will revolutionise cycling in the capital by providing 18-miles of segregated lanes which will appeal to riders of all abilities.
TfL’s proposals include a new two-way segregated cycle track created through Hyde Park along West Carriage Drive and South Carriage Drive and a cycle track separated from traffic along North Carriage Drive. There will also be segregated tracks along Birdcage Walk and Constitution Hill.
Following feedback received as part of earlier consultations, TfL is also seeking views on revised plans for improvements to Lancaster Gate Gyratory and Northumberland Avenue.
The Lancaster Gate plans now include a more direct route to Hyde Park via Westbourne Street and Bayswater Road, and removing conflict with loading bays and the taxi rank.
Revised proposals for Northumberland Avenue include banning the right turn into Victoria Embankment to improve traffic flow.
The consultation can be accessed at: www.tfl.gov.uk/east-west-consult