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Transport for London consult on cycle superhighway plans

Transport for London are now consulting the public on proposals for two new cycle superhighway plans. The new North-South cycle superhighway offers a segregated cycle route between Elephant and Castle and Kings Cross. There is also a second route running roughly along an East-West axis which would run between Acton and Tower Hill via Parliament Square and St James Park, connecting in the process to the existing Superhighway route 3 which runs east to Barking and Canary Wharf.

The proposals show the exact routes taken by each proposed Superhighway and include additional safety features for cyclists including kerb-segregated cycle tracks, banned turns for motorists, and new bypasses for cyclists.

The consultation is open until the 19th October 2014, and there are a number of exhibitions and events taking place where you can discuss the proposals with members of the project teams involved.

You can find details of the North-South Cycle Superhighway here, and the East-West Cycle Superhighway here.

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