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How London's Victoria Embankment might look under the new scheme
A plan for a semi-segregated cycle path along Royal College Street, Camden, London
Cycle Superhighways could be extended as far as Stratford in East London
Semi-segregation at work in Barcelona: an example picked out in the GLA report
A working example of what the GLA report calls "filtered cycle permeability"
The announcement follows the introduction of hire-bikes in the capital in 2010
The Mayor of London has announced nearly £1 billion of spending intended to overhaul London's cycle routes. The plan includes the creation of a 15-mile (24-km) "Crossrail for the bike," substantially segregated from road traffic, connecting the suburbs of East and West London.
Read the full article: Mayor of London unveils £1 billion cycling masterplan
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