Ordinary road, you use it at a respectable pace (in the region of 18-20mph), with a few obstacles. First, theres a coach parking lane to the left, its about 60 or 70 yards long. At the end of it, theres a bus stop, then theres a traffic island in the middle of the road with a narrow cycle lane at the edge. My own approach has always been to completely ignore the coach parking lane and the bus stop and maintain primary position; those parking areas aren't road and have nothing to do with me. The trouble is that drivers see the approaching traffic island and get impatient to be past before it. So, today, I'm bang in the centre of the lane, and two cars pass rather too close. The third vehicle doesn't think he has time to do that so he just sounds his horn. Then he changed his mind, swerved on to the other side of the rodad and made a dash for it. The car on the other side swerved to give him space, I slowed to get this idiot out of the way, he passed me just before the traffic island. Obviously I caught up with him queueing at the lights not 50 yards further on, where there is a cycle lane to take you to the front of the traffic (ideal if you're turning left at the junction like I do). I did tell him the obvious ("Get a highway code, read it") to be greeted by plenty more honking from him, sat there stuck in traffic at the junction. Seems to be quite common on that road now, the new (year and a half) traffic island makes motorists quite impatient to get past before they get to it, probably knowing that a cyclist who is claiming his road space isn't going to slink into a narrow cycle lane and let them pass between the kerb and the traffic island. One thing that has helped has been having a camera on top of my head; a lot of motorists seem to be wise to that. Didn't have it on this morning. Other than that, anything else I can do to reduce conflict on that stretch?