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Evening Standard: "World-leading cycle route is unveiled in London: 18-mile east-west superhighway to protect riders on capital's busiest roads"

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"Full proposals for the world’s longest segregated urban cycle route were revealed today, as Boris Johnson ramps up efforts to improve rider safety in the capital.

"The 18-mile east-west superhighway will stretch from Barking to Acton and give protection to cyclists along some of central London’s busiest roads.

"Riders will have a dedicated, two-way kerb-segregated track on major thoroughfares including the Victoria Embankment, Parliament Square and the Westway flyover.

"Extra space will be made for cyclists by removing road lanes, parking and loading bays. 'Island' strips along the Embankment and other routes will separate cyclists from vehicles and double as drop-off points for taxis, buses and coaches."

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