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Published on May 22, 2011
Update: Reported to TfL. Spotting a stationary bus ahead with its hazards on I shoulder check, indicate and move out to the second lane. As I approach the driver turns off the hazard warning lights and moves off leaving me caught alongside. There is no great drama and I'm happy to make my way across the junction in the second lane, as I pass I make eye contact and suggest he use his indicators next time. However, the lights change and I come to a stop in the ASL. The bus driver feels the need to follow me into the ASL and also straddle the first two lanes in order to stop less than two inches from me. TfL's cycle journey planner should have a warning to steer clear of Camberwell and its bus drivers.