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Integrated location

Readers interested in knowing the location of the bus, rail, cyclist and pedestrian facility photographed in 'Driving ambition' (NCE 23 July) need look no further than Kidbrooke, south east London. Roadworks of the Henley Cross interchange, at the A2 in Greenwich, were recently completed by the Highways Agency working in partnership with Connex SE, Railtrack, London Transport Buses and London Borough of Greenwich. An excellent example of transport integration - and not a car in sight.

Trevor Williams, area manager for south London,Highways Agency, St Christopher House, Southwark Street, London SE1 0TE.

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