Bishops Bridge reopens to traffic

London's £62 million Bishops Bridge reopened to traffic this week. The crossing next to Paddington station has taken two and a half years to build and is the biggest council-led road project in the capital, crossing 14 rail tracks, two London Underground lines and the Grand Union Canal. It provides improved access to the Sheldon Square development, which is part of the Paddington Central regeneration scheme, and has transformed a derelict railway yard with shops, leisure amenities, two office buildings and 221 homes.

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