The collideosco.pe one claims to be built on the Fix My Street network, so has established input to councils and highways departments. The trouble with related and similarly well-meaning projects is that information goes to one or the other but not to any aggregating site that can give the bigger, more reliable, picture.No one's reported any incidents in my area. I can't see what they do with the information and whether it's worth reporting incidents.
We've got those ones up at the bus stops again. It's the second time they have done the campaign here I assume they rotate it around different towns or give it a rest so that people notice them as fresh.I'm pleased to see local authority adverts recently appearing along my local high street advising cyclists to (a) ride outside the car door zone, and (b) take the lane [my words] when the road narrows.
Although ostensibly aimed at cyclists, it'd be good if more drivers took note, to understand why we ride where we ride.
Yep and I was expecting to report nothing and in the end I had three incidents to mention on the day I had chosen including an idiot who MGIF, approaching a blind bend on the wrong side of the road (and I could hear the car approaching that he couldn't). I can't remember what the other two were but that's the one that sticks in my head. I think it was in October last year.Note that the participants in the Near Miss Project had to nominate a day to report on in advance so that if nothing happened on that day you'd record "nothing happened today".