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Support the comments about a 'Go Dutch' Route through the city with branches from St Paul's and Southwark Bridge and off to Bethnal Green/ Hackney Road turnings. This would address: Bank junction (in front of the Bank of England, especially heading towards Bank if you don't want to take the first or second left - very dangerous as you can end up stranded; and behind the Bank of England coming from Moorgate - should be safe way to turn left here to avoid having to go straight on and over Bank junction). Up Bishopsgate - it is a nightmare of impatient buses, taxis, coaches and lots of pedestrians rushing for work/ transport. A cyclist was recently killed at the Bishopsgate-London Wall junction. And very difficult to turn left from Bishopsgate onto Bethnal Green Highstreet (daily undertaking by impatient vehicles) or onto Hackney Road (very exposed right lane and insufficient time to turn between the lights). Lastly, Southwark Bridge heading North over Thamesmeade - it is not possible to make it across the junction once the lights are amber, exposing cyclists being crushed from behind (vehicles accelerate on seeing amber while the cyclist must break or risk being hit by traffic coming from the left).

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