Kensington and Chelsea council criticised for scrapping cycle lane

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Separated bike lane in Conservative-run borough to be removed after seven weeks A Conservative-run council has been accused of favouring the convenience of car drivers over the wellbeing of local people by scrapping a popular cycle lane after opposition from 0.2% of the borough’s population. Kensington and Chelsea council, which last year vetoed its section of a cross-London bike route, has said it will remove the separated cycle lane along Kensington High Street, seven weeks after it was installed. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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