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All change at Bank as junction becomes car-free during daytime

The City of London Corporation’s ban on general traffic using the busy Bank Junction aims to improve pedestrian safety.

Deniz Huseyin
26 May 2017
Variable message signs on streets in the City will alert drivers to the restriction on the six-arm junction
Variable message signs on streets in the City will alert drivers to the restriction on the six-arm junction

 

A major change to traffic flow in the City of London came into effect this week with only buses and cycles being allowed to pass through Bank Junction outside Bank Tube station between 7am and 7pm Monday to Fridays. The restriction could be the precursor to a complete re-design of the junction by 2021 that would see the removal of all motorised traffic.

Until this week the six-arm junction handled about 1,600 motor vehicles every hour of the day on weekdays. In the AM peak hour (08.00-09.00)...

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