Plan to build Westway cycle superhighway scrapped by mayor
Plans to create a segregated cycle path on London's A40 Westway have been scrapped by the mayor's office.
The proposed route was amongst a package of "cycle superhighways" announced by then-mayor Boris Johnson.
Transport for London (TfL) had been consulting on proposals to create a cycle path on the flyover's six traffic lanes, but has now dropped the plans.
Sadiq Khan's Office confirmed it was committed to an East-West cycle path but is looking at alternative routes.
Mr Khan has approved two cycle superhighways since coming to office in May.
In September the mayor approved separate plans for a three mile (5km) cycle superhighway between Elephant and Castle and King's Cross, while a cycle superhighway linking Swiss Cottage and Oxford Circus was approved in August.