London looks set to get its first new footbridge over the River Thames in a decade. Plans are expected to be given the go-ahead for the bridge between Battersea and Chelsea Harbour. The structure would cost £22 million, but be paid for with corporate sponsorship.
Both pedestrians and cyclists will be able to use it, however there will be no segregated lanes.
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