Cars, taxis, and lorries banned from major London junction in bid to improve cyclists' safety

Only cyclists and buses allowed to use Bank junction during working hours

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Cars, taxis, and lorries have been banned from a major London junction in an effort to reduce cyclist and pedestrian casualties.

The scheme, which was introduced from 7am on Monday morning, will see only cyclists and buses allowed to use the Bank junction between 7am-7pm on weekdays, with fines of up to £130 for those who flout the ban.

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