Springing up all over that there Londongrad..
It really makes a difference, especially for the nervous/vulnerable. (Passed a mum & two kids on the way back from my swim - totally separated from the traffic.)
(You can also see who is blocking the lane here:
On my ride last night I came across this:
(Not my pic - MENs)
From Droylsden (The Snipe) to city centre.
I can see why this this is being done, to encourage people to cycle into Manchester and avoid public transport and that particular bit of the A635 (Ashton Old Road) is properly busy at...
The gate across the footpath/cycleway from Duddingston Rd West toward the Jewel has been closed with a dirty great nut and bolt. It's not stopping many as there's still a kissing gate at one side and a bike barrier at the other although it caused me hassle as I was towing the shopping trailer...
Didn`t see this posted elsewhere on the site so bringing it to our attention. Please keeps comments related to the cycle issue but sometimes words fail me.
If as a driver, you're going to move into a left filter lane, and you see a cyclist not too far behind you in your passenger door mirror, what would you do? The filter lane is to the left of the cycle lane, so you must cut across it.
Today, I (driver) put my indicator on and slowed right down...
aside from being a munumental f up imho, with the weather turning I emailed cycle Kingston about clearing and gritting this winter.
"We have spoken with the Street Scene people who advise that they are
currently in the process of finalising the gritting routes and these will
Saw this on twitter today- the daily mail have been slating cycle lanes again- which is apparently the cause of the capitals gridlock and pollution problems! I will let you read this excellent piece of journalism for yourselves..
(Apologies if already posted, couldn't find in my search)