Royal Parks say no to Cycle Superhighway, forcing cyclists onto busy junctions

Transport for London's proposed route along Birdcage Walk will be blocked by the Royal Parks as it will impede day-to-day operations

Birdcage Walk (Photo: Google Maps)

The Royal Parks will reject plans to build the segregated Cycle Superhighway along Birdcage Walk in St James's Park because it will hamper tree maintenance and cleaning, according to the Evening Standard.

Boris Johnson's brainchild superhighway will run from Acton to Tower Hill, with work already underway on some parts of the route, but the key section near Buckingham Palace is proving a stumbling block.

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