Are enough London junctions being checked for safety?

Here's a TV piece I've done on Transport for London's (TfL) safety review of some road junctions in the capital.

The review of 500 junctions was announced in December and on Tuesday TfL announced which ones are being reviewed first.

The review was announced after a number of cycling deaths involving HGVs at King's Cross and the Bow Roundabout, in east London, but those junctions are part of separate reviews.

Work will begin on a new design for a roundabout in Bow in April.

Some cyclists say this is just a start and want other dangerous junctions looked at.

TfL says it has chosen to "prioritise junctions for review by looking at factors including collision data, the number of cyclists using the junction, and how near planned schemes are to completion".

What do you think?

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