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Evening Standard: "London's first segregated cycle junction to be installed in Camden"

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"Cycle campaigners today hailed a leap forward in road safety as plans were unveiled for the country’s first 'life-saving' segregated road junction.

"The go-ahead for the £1.3million project to redesign Cobden Junction in Mornington Crescent, in Camden, will be the first of 33 cycle-friendly junctions in the capital when it opens next year.

"Segregated cycle lanes - where cyclists are physically separated from other traffic by a raised kerb - have been introduced on several of London’s cycle superhighways, but Transport for London’s new Cobden Junction project is the first designed to combat so-called 'left hook' collisions."

"Cyclist dies in crash with lorry at Ludgate Circus junction"

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