Cyclists could be going the wrong way down one way streets this Summer in a pilot scheme to test contraflow cycling. The City of London Corporation is apparently keen to run the trial to encourage cycling in the square mile.
According to Bikeradar.com, the trial would run throughout this summer and be in operation in West Smithfield, Salisbury Court, Throgmorton Street, Cloth Fair, Finsbury Circus, Creechurch Lane and the east half of Fann Street.
The thinking is that it would allow cyclists to avoid busy roads and get an easier run down quieter one way streets. Find out more at Bike Radar.
Do you think this is a good idea? Would this encourage you to ride a bike in the City? Do you drive a car and think this could be dangerous? Leave your comments below.