Proposed improvements and changes in King's Cross

Closed 24 Mar 2014

Opened 24 Feb 2014

Results updated 30 Jul 2014

Between 24 February 2014 and 24 March 2014, we sought views on proposals to improve safety in King’s Cross for cyclists.

After carefully considering all of the feedback received, we have made the decision to proceed with the proposals.

Following comments received about the provision of a segregated cycle lane on York Way, we have revised our plans.  We are now proposing to introduce a semi-segregated cycle lane which will allow cyclists to move onto the main carriageway and overtake stationary buses and taxis if necessary.

Construction of the scheme is expected to start in October 2014 and last for approximately six months.

Please view a copy of the engagement report here



We have worked in partnership with stakeholders to plan a number of interim changes to roads in the King’s Cross area.  For example, at the junction of Euston Road with Gray’s Inn Road and York way, we proposed to introduce separate controlled crossing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists across Euston Road.

Please see the map below for further details:

 To view a larger map please see the related document below.

We held two drop-in events where anyone could come and find out more information about our plans.  Members of the King’s Cross Improvements team were on hand to answer questions.

Dates:              4 and 11 March 2014

Time:               16:30 - 19:00

King’s Cross Neighbourhood Centre

51 Argyle Street




  • Camden


  • Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Local residents
  • Local businesses


  • Traffic Management