Tom Minney wrote:Ha! Very true.On bike or feet I aim to avoid pedestrians, cars, lampposts, etc and usually find that shouting or smiling at them have same effect, i.e. none, but the latter usually feels better, at least to me. My wish - clearly marked cycle lanes on a different level which pedestrians can't wander into without realizing it. Oh yes, and going all the way from Union St to Westminster please.
Tolstoy wrote:Agreed. Those wooden posts they put up don't seem to have a specific purpose either. Maybe this is some ingenious concept designed to confuse people into using common sense?It looks to me as if its mixed use but they should put a sign up to say so as to avoid the usual 'verbal dynamics' between cyclists and pedestrians. I do think it needs some degree of detailing though, it just looks like a car park without the cars.
beetroot wrote:Yep. I saw a car driving over it yesterday.
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