Views are being sought on plans to radically overhaul Westminster Bridge by introducing segregated cycle lanes, a new pedestrian crossing and a more cycle and pedestrian-friendly junction at the southern end of the bridge.
The proposals, which would link Waterloo station and south London to the East-West Cycle Superhighway currently under construction, have been published by Transport for London for consultation.
Leon Daniels, Managing Director of Surface Transport at TfL, said: “London is rapidly changing and that is why we are modernising our roads to keep pace with it.
“We can turn a potentially hazardous junction into a safer place for cyclists and pedestrians by redesigning this area.
“Our proposed safety improvements would benefit Londoners and commuters of London’s busiest railway station, Waterloo, who would have better walking and cycling links to and from the station.”
TfL says work could begin as early as summer 2016 depending on the feedback it receives.
To take part on the consultation visit tfl.gov.uk