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Cycling, Road management / Maintenance, All of UK

Cycling both ways on one-way streets should be the norm

Brian Dalton, Purley, Surrey CR8

The new signs proposed by the DfT are very welcome. ‘No Entry except for Cyclists’ has been a no-brainer since its was dismissed, as an idea, 20 years ago.

London is a special case in many ways, especially in the way that one-way streets abound. The formalisation of two-way working by cyclists should be the norm and, if this were the case, signing could be, effectively, unnecessary.

I have always considered cyclists to be, sort of, mechanically assisted pedestrians and pedestrians...

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