Bus stop bypasses have been in the news recently, so we wanted to reiterate that they do exist in Britain, and can be designed well (although this isn't always true!).
This example is on Lewes Road in Brighton & Hove. While the rest of the scheme isn't brilliant - a cycle lane inside a bus lane - the bus stops have been done properly, with cycle traffic passing behind the stops. This means buses and cyclists do not have to overtake each other.
The crossing point for pedestrians is informal, with low kerbs, tactile paving, and just a cycle marking to remind pedestrians this is a cycle track.
[Note that the Streetview link shows the old arrangement - people cycling had to negotiate out around stopped buses, merging into 30mph traffic]