Department for Transport written question – answered on 28th November 2016.
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To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have made an assessment of the number of cyclists regularly using lanes of London's roads intended for other traffic where an alternative route via a cycle lane or cycle superhighway is available.
No. This is a matter for the Mayor of London and for individual London boroughs.
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Posted on 29 Nov 2016 4:00 pm (Report this annotation)
"lanes of London's roads intended for other traffic" implies that there are roads specifically allocated for motorised traffic. I am aware that very few roads fit into this category (motorways, a few "A" roads) whereas nearly all roads are for "traffic" which includes bicycles.
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