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Councils remove ‘hazardous’ low level cycle lane dividers

Andrew Forster
13 May 2016
The City has removed mini-orcas installed on Aldgate High Street
The City has removed mini-orcas installed on Aldgate High Street


The City of London and the borough of Camden have removed low-level plastic/rubber blocks that separate cycle lanes from the rest of the carriageway after numerous instances of pedestrians tripping over them.

The City of London installed ‘mini-orcas’ on the inside of the white line separating a cycle lane from the rest of the carriageway on Aldgate High Street but removed them after four weeks.

A spokesman explained the background to LTT: “The traffic separator devices, known...

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