A few weeks ago I profiled the plans for the new Cycle Super Highway from Victoria to Peckham. Transport for London kindly offered to walk along some sections of the planned Super Highway with me and I touched on some of their suggestions here.
Whether that's at Southwark Bridge here, at Vauxhall gyratory here, or at Blackfriars Bridge here.
Maybe I'm being too idealistic. Maybe TfL can only squeeze cycle infrastrucure around fast-moving motor vehicle lanes. But, as the original Blackfriars scheme suggests, it is possible for TfL to design plans that slow everything down at junctions making safe cycling and walking a priority instead of speedy motor driving. They just choose not to.