The following map overlay shows the current and proposed Cycle Superhighways in London as of Jan 2018, similar to OpenCycleMap. Cycle Superhighways are new cycle routes, around half of which are physically separated from traffic by a kerb or by another barrier. I compiled this overlay because it took me around three hours to work out how to cycle to work and I wanted it to be more generally available. The routes are as accurate as I could make them, which is to say, approximate. Do not use this map to navigate. Cycling in London kills around 14 people each year.
Expand the embedded map below to see route names, or open the map in Google Maps.
It's mighty weird that in 2018 TFL invites you to send off for a free paper guide to cycling in London rather than making the information directly accessible so navigation apps can use it. I understand that making these maps is hard -- so why push it on to us cyclists?
You like bikes. You like adventures! Do you like adventure fiction? The compiler of this map invites you to check out her story The Breathtaking Adventures Of An Engineer Scientist.