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'Make London's main roads 20mph and let cyclists go left through redlights'

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Old December 4th 17, 06:34 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.rec.driving
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Transport for London should consider cutting the speed limit on parts of
the capital’s main road network to 20mph to improve safety for
pedestrians and cyclists, a report said today.

TfL also came under pressure to investigate whether cyclists should be
able to effectively go through red lights when turning left.

The recommendations are made in a report from the London Assembly
transport committee. But they have caused a row at City Hall, with the
Conservative and UKIP groups both opposed to either suggestion.



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