Today, in a meeting of the London Assembly, Assembly member, and Mayor's Cycling Champion Andrew Boff will be calling on Mayor of London Boris Johnson to "investigate the advantages and disadvantages of a 20mph speed limit on Blackfriar's Bridge".
Following months of controversy, backtracking and heated debate, the call is for Transport for London to fully consider all the implications of the introduction of a 20mph speed limit on Blackfriar's Bridge, not only the effects on traffic flow but also the impact on all road users and cyclist and pedestrian safety issues.
Mr Boff said "If there is compelling evidence that a lower speed makes the bridge safer then the mayor should reduce the limit.
"To get the best for cyclists and drivers in London, it is right that speed limits are looked at properly and decisions are made when hard facts are available, but not before."
Reference will also be made to the issues faced by cyclists making right-hand turns at either end of the bridge.
Some campaigners to retain the 20mph limit might find Mr Boff's call somewhat ironic, as well as being the Mayor's Cycling Champion Mr Boff is also a member of the Conservative group in the London Assembly, last month Conservative members scuppered a scheduled debate and vote on the subject by walking out of the chamber so that there were not enough members for a quorum forcing the cancellation of the debate and vote.