A1000 cycle lane

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Connecting North Finchley Town Centre to East Finchley

The experimental A1000 cycle lane was completed in November 2020. The scheme has seen the creation of 3.2km of cycle lanes in the Finchley / Golders Green areas of Barnet borough, providing a safe and direct green corridor for commuters and leisure cyclists alike. The cycle lane provides a speedy connection between North Finchley Town Centre in the north and the boundary with Haringey borough in the south.

First devised as part of the council’s Long-Term Strategy Plan 2020-2041 for improving Barnet’s transport network, the A1000 scheme has been constructed earlier than envisaged in the Plan, albeit as an experimental ‘pop-up’ design, to support Government emergency travel measures during the COVID-19 crisis. It is paid for by the Government’s Emergency Active Travel Fund.

Find out more.


Frequently Asked Questions

Browse the A1000 FAQs to answer any queries you may have about the scheme.


Have your say

If you live in the Finchley / Golders Green area, commute along the A1000, or run a business close to the road, then we want to know your views on the cycle lane scheme. You have until 20 March 2021 to share your views.

Connecting North Finchley Town Centre to East Finchley

The experimental A1000 cycle lane was completed in November 2020. The scheme has seen the creation of 3.2km of cycle lanes in the Finchley / Golders Green areas of Barnet borough, providing a safe and direct green corridor for commuters and leisure cyclists alike. The cycle lane provides a speedy connection between North Finchley Town Centre in the north and the boundary with Haringey borough in the south.

First devised as part of the council’s Long-Term Strategy Plan 2020-2041 for improving Barnet’s transport network, the A1000 scheme has been constructed earlier than envisaged in the Plan, albeit as an experimental ‘pop-up’ design, to support Government emergency travel measures during the COVID-19 crisis. It is paid for by the Government’s Emergency Active Travel Fund.

Find out more.


Frequently Asked Questions

Browse the A1000 FAQs to answer any queries you may have about the scheme.


Have your say

If you live in the Finchley / Golders Green area, commute along the A1000, or run a business close to the road, then we want to know your views on the cycle lane scheme. You have until 20 March 2021 to share your views.

Page last updated: 12 February 2021, 13:45