ASLs at Dulwich Common/Lordship Lane junction, nowt else
This is a junction on the south circular by the (now closed) Harvester pub.
Notoriously frightful it had no pedestrian crossings whatsoever -- just scurry across folks -- and naturally cyclists were expected to take their lumps.
Proposal is to give pedestrians on two arms green man crossing and cyclists on all three arms ASLs. Nothing else.
No re-configuration for cyclists, no advance release lights. For a mayor committed to clean air and active travel it is pathetic. Real un-reconstructed token-gesture TfL traffic engineering.