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Photo #173662

[Image taken 31.8.21] Station Avenue, York. This crossing is part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme. An email on Friday confirmed the signage would be checked before the start of the Bank Holiday Weekend. Many signs fell/were moved during the weekend including one by me that had fallen into a cycle facility and was a hazard. They were not back in situ mid-afternoon on Tuesday. This is the all-traffic eye view of the cycle crossing between Leeman Road cycle contraflow (where the people are on the left) and the lane with the black car in it on the right. The cyclist activates it using a push button. There is a facing set of lights just ahead of the vehicle on the right. There is also an audible signal. The reason signs need to be checked at least once daily is the fallen sign on the right. Did the fact it was invisible to ‘all traffic’ contribute to the two drivers in the left-hand lane not stopping as two of us crossed one afternoon this weekend? Ditto the driver who on Monday afternoon approached in the right hand lane - there had been a bus at the stop on the lefthand lane behind the camera position? Other image here today: #173663. Other images today: #173664, #173665, #173666.

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