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Photo #176464

[Image taken 29.11.21] Crichton Avenue, junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Illustrating that it’s used by buses, how limited the space for larger vehicles is, the position of the red vehicle cutting the cycle lane and how far back the pedestrian is from the junction and how much someone has to (be able to) look around to see what’s coming from Crichton Ave. The latter is a 30mph which is too fast given the lit and unlit junctions, the zebra crossing, the shops, that it’s lined by houses… The fast speeds mean motorists are not slowing to turn left here. For people on foot and on cycle this makes crossing stressful and hazardous. It means people on cycles, foot and in wheelchairs have their backs to approaching motor traffic for some parts of their journey. The off-road track is part of the Orbital signed cycle route ( Other images here today: #176465, #176466, #176467, #176468, #176469, #176470, #176471. Other images today: #176415 and links

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