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Photo #170965

[Image taken 28.6.21] Foss Islands Path entry/exit York (between the junction of Crichton Avenue and Wigginton Road.) This shared use path with camber, a serpentine slope, no sightlines on approach or exit or in use is just 233cm wide. For all users of all ages with all levels of cognitive and physical ability and in all weathers. There's no room for mistakes, manoeuvre. One of my emails outlines some of my concerns about the bollards cause: "I believe the bollards make it necessary to effect a sudden and tight right turn (heading down to the ped-bike route). For safety and for equality, smoother curves that permit more time/space and require less manual dexterity and don't need such tight turning circles are inclusive and the way to go. Smoother, more relaxed lines are also safer - not least if there is a hazard (gravel, ice, glass, dog mess) on the route." Measurement on the bend below here: #187304. All images today see: #170962 and links

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