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The study aims to quantify how people make trade-offs to avoid junctions by taking additional time along routes with and without cycle facilities in the UK context. A video based stated preference survey and analysis is undertaken to investigate how people feel approaching junctions, determine the relative importance of the features of junctions, determine how cycle facilities compensate the exposure of right turn risks at junctions at the cost of additional time and identify the person type factors that also influence choice. Primary data is used for the study. The survey work for the primary data constituted a major part of the study.