Cut speed limits, fix potholes, and give priority to bikes to improve cycling safety, London mayor told

Report calls on mayor to do more to encourage cycling in outer London

Speed limits in outer London should be cut to 20mph, potholes fixed, and priority given to cyclists at junctions, according to a report released on Monday by the Transport Committee of the London Assembly.

The report, entitled Hostile Streets: Walking and Cycling at Outer London Junctions, aims to highlight problems and opportunities with increasing levels of walking and cycling in outer London, including suggesting looking into the recommendations of British Cycling's Turning the Corner campaign.

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