Burly blokes on the pavement - why?

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TonyR
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Re: Burly blokes on the pavement - why?

Postby TonyR » 8 Aug 2015, 7:22pm

mjr wrote:She shouldn't do that (I'd be tempted to report the assault to help get split cycleway/footways)


Split cycleway/footways never work in my experience. The pedestrians are still legally allowed to walk on the cycleway and do, often in complete ignorance of it being a cycleway.

MikeF
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Re: Burly blokes on the pavement - why?

Postby MikeF » 8 Aug 2015, 8:01pm

TonyR wrote:
mjr wrote:She shouldn't do that (I'd be tempted to report the assault to help get split cycleway/footways)


Split cycleway/footways never work in my experience. The pedestrians are still legally allowed to walk on the cycleway and do, often in complete ignorance of it being a cycleway.
Pedestrians are allowed to walk in the road in spite of it being a road, so no difference there! :wink:
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