Ivanhoe wrote:So, not content with having the lovely new tarmac on Trinity St PRACTICALLY to yourself (as a cyclist), you want to make sure it's nice and inconvenient for those nasty motorcyclists as well.
1) I've never seen or heard a motorbike causing any problems down Trinity St/Falmouth Rd. What causes you to think otherwise?
2) As a general principle, m'bikes neither need nor want to be anywhere near cyclists (or other traffic). I fail to see how they are an inconvenience to you at all, but would be interested to learn.
Jac wrote:I just cant help but feel that Trinity street has had a diproportionate amount of money spent on it over recent years. They narrowed the road and put in a zebra crossing. Then they got rid of them when they closed it to through traffic. They resurface the road (sure it could do with it in places but there are many more residential, main roads and desiganted cycle routes that are in a far worse state). Now speed humps. Why not just pedestrainise the whole road, ban cyclists, cars and motor bikes and be done with it?
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