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We still have a long way to go to make London's streets safer for cyclists - Caroline Pidgeon

November 9, 2011 4:41 PM

Caroline Pidgeon, leader of the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group, commenting on the Mayor's reply to her questions about cycle safety and TfL's limited proposals that were announced today to improve conditions for London cyclists said:

"The harsh fact is that 14 cyclists have already died on London's roads this year compared to 10 last year. These figures speak for themselves about the need for urgent action.

"Today's measures announced by TfL are therefore welcome, but there is still much more that must be done to ensure London's roads are far safer for cyclists.

"The roll-out of trixi safety mirrors at every major junction and a complete review of London's most dangerous junctions are desperately needed."