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Regular news: Issue 596 11 May 2012

York incurs cyclists’ wrath as bike lane scrapped to ease jams

Councillors in York have agreed to remove a key cycle lane in the city, against the advice of officers who say doing so is unsafe and could damage the council’s reputation as a pro-cycling authority.

The council’s then Liberal Democrat administration installed the cycle lane on Water End in 2009 by removing a left hand traffic lane on the approach to the busy A19 junction at College Green in the north of the city. The lane forms part of the city’s new orbital cycle route,...

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