Full details of the plan can be found on the Transport for London site:

North South route summary

North-South route map

Visualisations of  the proposed infrastructure:


1) The 18-mile east–west route (which connects with existing cycle superhighways at Tower Hill and Westbourne Terrace) will be Europe’s longest ‘substantially segregated’ urban cycleway. (Picture: New Bridge Street, looking north up Farringdon Road)



2) The north–south route runs from King’s Cross to Elephant & Castle, crossing the Thames at Blackfriars Bridge, where it will also intersect with the east-west route. (Picture: Victoria Embankment at the RAF Memorial, looking south.)


Blackfriars-Jnct-high-res-(final-approved-03.07.14)3) There will also be protected routes through some of the city’s most notoriously dangerous junctions, including Tower Hill, Blackfriars and Lancaster Gate. (Picture: Victoria Embankment at Blackfriars Bridge, looking east.)


Tower-Hill-westbound-high-res-(final-approved-03.07.14)4) The main routes will connect with a series of ‘quietways’ in busy central London areas. These will likely include the West End, Paddington, Maida Vale and Notting Hill. (Picture: Tower Hill, looking west.)

Parliament-Square-high-res-(final-approved-08.07.14)5) The east–west route will pass over the Westway flyover, replacing one lane of vehicle traffic. (Picture: Parliament Square, looking east.)