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Where Great Dover Street joins Borough High Street there are two sets of traffic lights (one covering a pedestrian crossing, the other access across the junction). Vehicles queue here, which means that it is hard for cyclists either to get into the correct lane (to turn or proceed) or to get into a position where they can be seen and won't be swiped by traffic merging from the right. There are always lots of HGVs here, as it is a major route into the many building sites in the London Bridge/Borough area and the City.

The junction is far more dangerous for cyclists than it needs to be - simple infrastructure changes could make it easier to traverse.

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