Stationary vehicles are regularly blocking Cycle Superhighway 7, in particular where CS7 intersects with London Road, and at the junction of Upper Thames Street and Southwark Bridge. The same happens further around the Elephant and Castle cycle bypass route, at the junction of Rockingham Street and Newington Causeway, which is a signal controlled junction for cyclists. This results in cyclists weaving in and out of immobile vehicles and facing considerable danger. According to the Highway Code the vehicles stopping across CS7 are not committing an offence and TfL are therefore unable to enforce against this. They are also apparently unable to install a yellow box junction at these intersections as guidelines state that these can only be introduced where two roads intersect. It is not acceptable for one of your flagship arterial cycling routes to be constantly blocked by vehicles. Will you look into measures TfL can take to stop these blockages and at the very least ask that they to install some advisory notices for motorists requesting that they do not block the cycle route?