London's cycle lanes left neglected as snow continues to fall

London's cycle lanes left neglected as snow continues to fall

Joe Robinson 28 Feb 2018 Adjacent roads fully gritted yet many cycle lanes and pedestrian pavements left untouched in across London As the 'Beast from the East' continues to batter Great Britain and Northern Ireland, it appears that Transport for London has neglected cycle lanes across the capital as some remain inches under snow. Photos of the cycle superhighway 2 that runs from Stratford to Aldgate show it still cobvered in snow despite the adjacent road being fully cleared. This is #CS2 , it carries 1000s of vulnerable people a day, that have little protection if they slip. Next to it is a road, carrying people encased in 1000s of kg of steel, sitting on warm seats, with gadgets & entertainment all around. Which one is kept clear of ice & snow? pic.twitter.com/g0Byjt7c8Z — r04DiE (@the_roadie_) 28 February 2018 Despite wide spread weather warnings for yesterday and this morning, it ...

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