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Photo #175912

[UPDATE: This has been repaired: #182752.] [Image taken 14.11.21] The Stonebow/Peasholme Green, junction with Saint Saviours Place, York. To people who don't cycle, this damage may not look significant. To those of us who do, it is. These longitudinal fissures are in the direction of travel and at the point people are making a turn. There is a real danger of getting a wheel trapped or your movement compromised. It is at a key junction and on a straight stretch where motorists - including bus drivers - overtake at speed. What looks like micro damage to non-cyclists can have a massive effect on people who ride. It means we need to look at the ground when we need to be looking around and assessing and checking, who is where, what are they planning to do, when is it safe for me to go? This continual hyper observation is exhausting and hugely impacts on the attractiveness, convenience and safety of those who use cycles. Location see: #175916. Other image today: #175911.

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