Commuters using Westcombe Park train station are benefitting from the addition of 30 new spaces for cycles.
Transport for London has funded the extra spaces as part of a £300,000 program to increase the number of cycle spaces across London.
The new spaces are the familiar "Sheffield Stand" design, and include shelters, lighting and CCTV.
Head of Cycling, Walking and Accessibility at TfL, Peter McBride said: “We are delighted to work with Southeastern to provide additional parking facilities to encourage more people to cycle to rail stations to continue their journeys by train.
“These new facilities are part of the Mayor’s agenda to improve cycling in the Capital to help more people take to two wheels. TfL is committed to meeting the growing demand for safe and secure cycle parking and delivering the cycling revolution in London.”
Do you think there are enough cycle spaces in Greenwich? Where would you like to see additional spaces positioned?