January business bulletin North-West London.


Welcome to the New Year and the January edition of the business bulletin. January traditionally provides us with an opportunity to plan ahead for the coming year by making a resolution and taking stock of our achievements last year.

2015 was a year that saw our Cycling Workplaces scheme win the London Cycling Campaign “Best Workplace Scheme” award. Winning such a prestigious award saw a significant number of new businesses sign up for our free scheme and now over 980 employees representing over 180,000 employes registered to date. Our walking challenge resulted in a 2% increase in the number of employees who walk to work. We also launched the much awaited Walking Tube map and had a substantial increase in participation in our free guided walks. The Road Modernisation Plan is well underway with work commencing on segregated Cycle Superhighways, improved junctions and more public spaces.

As we look forward to the year ahead this edition brings you information on projects that will help you to increase the physical activity of your workforce, get the most out of the transport network and ensure your views are gathered in consultations.

Jen Langrish
Business Engagement Programme Manager

Start the year off by encouraging safer cycling to your employees

Free one-to-one cycle skills training is available for all London employers through the Cycling Workplaces scheme. The British Dental Association have say “TfL’s Cycling Workplaces helped us to fulfil a need to encourage safety and awareness for staff thinking about cycling and for those who had been cycling to work for many years.”

A qualified cycle instructor will visit your workplace and deliver one hour, on-bike sessions for staff of all abilities, from beginners to intermediate and experienced cyclists. If you would like find out more about the scheme email cycletraining@tfl.gov.uk or visit our website.


A406 North Circular Neasden construction resumes

Construction work on the A406 North Circular Road at Neasden, between Wembley and Brent Cross, is due to resume on 9 January. Repairs on the two bridges at Neasden will continue and improvement works will begin on the junction at Brentfield Road and Drury Way. As well as improving the safety and reliability of bridges and other structures in the area, carrying out these essential works now will help ensure no further major maintenance is required on this part of the A406 for many years to come.

To raise awareness with your employees, your customers and other visitors download our posterand share this in your workplace.
For up to date travel advice visit tfl.gov.uk/A406-Neasden 


Walking in a winter wonderland

Spectacular views, hidden gems and green parkland can all be enjoyed on a crisp stroll around the Capital as part of our winter walking weekend later this month.

‘Winter Wanders’ offers 43 free guided walks across London on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 January. Visit our website for further information.

Your voice

Have your say on Crossrail 2 – October 2015 – open until 8 January 2016

For more information on this scheme and other consultations visit the consultation portal

 Upcoming events and service changes in North-West London

A406 Neasden, Neasden

For information on all major works and events visit tfl.gov.uk/major-works-and-events

Source: Transport for London Business Bulletin – Important transport and travel update, 8 January 2016