Boris under fire for mixed success of cycle safety schemes

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Boris under fire for mixed success of cycle safety schemes
22nd October 2014

Boris Johnson vowed to improve safety for the London's cyclists, but his solutions have had mixed success. Mr Johnson himself said the plans were 'subject to revision.'

Only eleven out of the thirty-three dangerous junctions will be made safer by the time Boris leaves office. 

The Not The One Show panel discuss whether this is enough and whether London is particularly dangerous for those on two wheels. 

The panel also debate whether Oxford Circus needs to be pedestrianised. 

Tonight, the Not The One Show panel were: Lucy Frederick, comedian and former model, Jo Tilley, journalist and blogger and actor Matt Lacey. 

 

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