Pictured: Artist’s impression of the proposed Riverside Boardway, taken from very early concepts presented in the original bid.
In 2014, Kingston Council was one of just three local authorities who won a bid for a share of £100 million worth of funding from the Mayor of London and Transport for London under the Mini-Holland programme. This is a programme designed to encourage more people to cycle, more frequently and safer while providing better streets and places for everyone.
With its allocation of over £30 million, the Council plans to relieve the pressure of a growing population on the borough’s transport network by improving cycling facilities and road safety, whilst at the same time enhancing Kingston’s public spaces.
‘Go’ is the council’s sustainable travel brand and it’s here, under ‘The Go Programme’, that Kingston’s Mini-Holland work is taking place. ‘Go’ is about keeping Kingston moving sustainably as the population grows but the spaces for travelling around remain the same.
The programme is looking at a number of key routes and spaces across the borough to enhance and improve to keep Kingston moving in the future. The Go Programme aims to:
Main highlights of the developments include:
Key concepts across the developments are:
Find out more at www.kingston.gov.uk/go.