Transport for London has launched a public consultation on its revised plans for the junction of Tower Bridge Road and Tanner Street.
TfL initially published its proposals for the junction in February as part of a package of measures linked to the new central London cycle grid and Quietways network.
"Following feedback we received on the original proposals and subsequent discussions with the London Borough of Southwark, we have changed our designs to allow for eastbound movement only for motorists on Tanner Street between Tower Bridge Road and Archie Street, and a new cyclist staging area/traffic island," said TfL.
TfL's public consultation continues until Sunday 30 October.
Separately, Southwark Council is due to publish updated proposals for Quietway 14 in the Leathermarket Street, Bermondsey Street and Tanner Street area after the intervention of local councillors and in response to concerns raised by residents.
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