The controversial busway on Greenwich Peninsula today converts to a standard dual carriageway after nearby 20 years in operation.
The busway at West Parkside saw a two way bus-only road directly next to a two way general traffic road instead of a standard two lane dual carriageway in each direction.
It was built for a guided busway around the Millennium which never worked.
Pedestrians crossing the road were often caught out and collisions had occurred over the years.
The changes today see no loss of capacity to buses or other general traffic. Bus lanes are on the new layout.
TfL had consulted on plans in recent years.
The busway was one of only two TfL managed roads on the Peninsula. The other being the A102 Blackwall tunnel approach. All other roads are Greenwich Council controlled.
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