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Photo #186209

[Image taken 17.9.22] Screwfix, James Street, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] The spaces between the supports are just 68cm wide. My cycle - without me next to it and without me pulling it towards me to be able to load up is 70cm. I was not able to use the cycle parking. This means my cycle is only locked to itself. It is vulnerable to theft. Many insurance companies won't insure cycles that are not secured to an immovable object. Further, there is 80cm between the back wheel of the cycles and the 'kerb'/front of the disabled car parking space. This is insufficient to easily manoeuvre a cycle out even for fit people with light cycles that are unloaded, if the car parking space is in use: #186175. A further 1m of space has been created (see: #186206). 180cm is sufficient for manoeuvring standard cycles but not for a trailer... see: #186150. And, if you are shopping and it is at a DIY/building's merchants you might well have a trailer. But that drop kerb has to go and the disabled parking bays be moved backwards and permanently protected. Other images here today and links #186206.

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