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St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden with the towers of London Coliseum and St. Martin-in-the-Fields in the distance. Lots of roadworks in the area make it effectively pedestrianized.

Segregated cycleway on Waterloo Bridge, A4200

Segregated cycleway on Waterloo Bridge, A4200

Narrow start to the segregated cycleway on Waterloo Bridge, A4200

Roadspace claimed for pedestrians and covered with planters in Regent Street, London

Panton Street, West End, London

Savoy Street links Strand and Victoria Embankment

Cycle contraflow on Quietway 2, Paddington

Protected route for cyclists who can now turn left out of Hyde Park without waiting for a green light.

No dropped kerb into Rathbone Square.

In case you haven't seen Waterloo Bridge bike & bus lanes now for bikes & buses not parked cars. New double yellows!

@SimonLamrock @veloevol @cycleoptic @TfL The lane and ASL on Praed Street outside Paddington is an all day taxi rank

London 1987. Oh how things have changed ...... The exact date of this photo in 1987 is not known, but location is about here in Victoria Street. That A&N store in the distant background is actually on the left side … [more]

Bentley's (famous for fish) - using bicycle symbolism, but blocking the alley.

No private cars northbound across Oxford St, cycle contraflow lane southbound

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