Upgraded pedestrian crossings could be installed at the junction of Borough High Street and St Thomas Street in summer 2015 under plans published this week by Transport for London.
Transport for London has launched a public consultation on plans for a new all-round pedestrian green phase including a diagonal crossing between Borough Market and the Borough High Street entrance to London Bridge Underground Station as well as a a crossing on the southern arm of the junction where no facility currently exists.
TfL also says it will widen the crossings to make it easier for pedestrians to get across the road.
Public consultation continues until Monday 5 January.
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