£300 million will be invested in 33 of London’s most notorious junctions in a bid to make them safer for road users, according to Boris Johnson.
The plans come in response to an increasing number of cyclist casualties over the last few years. Money will be spend on replacing gyratories at several key junctions with two-way roads, segregated cycle tracks and new traffic-free public space.
This follows news that Greater Manchester is investing £650,000 in measures to improve the visibility of cyclists for HGV drivers in the North West.
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