IAN 195/16 e-learning.

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IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby gaz » 13 May 2018, 9:25pm

I've just been introduced to this: https://cycletraffic-elearning.com/

Looks like a useful way to learn what's in the guidance, much more engaging than the document itself.
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Re: IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby squeaker » 14 May 2018, 9:50am

Thanks :D
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Re: IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby pjclinch » 14 May 2018, 12:47pm

Good spot.

It's like a look in to a parallel universe where there are high levels of Clue about cycling that one might expect to be applied to highways in England... (but at least it's good to know that there is Clue in there, even if it's taking its time filtering through).

Edited to add... it's such a weird place that they even use civilised units of measurement!

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Re: IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby atlas_shrugged » 14 May 2018, 4:39pm

I thought this was a well deserved effort and worthy of praise.

I love the SI units of measurement (m kg s etc) but until such time as the UK switches over from mph to km/h they should probably stick to UK units otherwise confusion (like the crashed mars lander) reigns.

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Re: IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby PRL » 3 Jun 2018, 10:05pm

Good package - having got most of the answers right !
Pity HIghways England can't take over all the roads. I have had local highways engineer refer to1.5m cycle lanes as "wide" !!!

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Re: IAN 195/16 e-learning.

Postby fastpedaller » 3 Jun 2018, 10:15pm

PRL wrote:Good package - having got most of the answers right !
Pity HIghways England can't take over all the roads. I have had local highways engineer refer to1.5m cycle lanes as "wide" !!!


Judging by some of the potholes I've notified to Highway England their maintenance (and attitude to the general public) leaves a lot to be desired!