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Vauxhall junction plans unveiled to make cycling safer

9 July 2014 Last updated at 16:34 BST

Plans to transform a road junction, described as the "nastiest in London" by the mayor's cycling commissioner Andrew Gilligan, have been unveiled by Transport for London.

The proposals are going out to consultation and would see the current Vauxhall one-way system removed and replaced with a new segregated cycle lane.

Tasfir Butt, a 52-year-old cyclist, died at the junction last month.

Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards spoke to Andrew Gilligan, cycling campaigner Danny Williams and Darren Johnson, Green Party member on the London Assembly.