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[Image taken 18.9.22] Hungate, Pound Lane, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] An exciting sight that made this area of the city look like somewhere in Denmark, Germany or the Netherlands ie where cargo cycles are commonplace. But why is it here? Because the owners are visiting - and there's no safe place they can quickly stow it? Because the owners are nipping back home for a short while - and there's no quick way to get to the garaging to stow it? It doesn't need a support - it has a two-pronged stand. It's likely locked... but if it is, it will only be to itself. I think it is vulnerable. A few years ago, I took a tour of the onsite cycle parking with the representative of the site. And followed up with an email. Short-stay securing options are needed for the above scenarios and for people delivering items or meals or collecting by cycle. But, there's another issue... This cycle is 'tidied' between two planters. But if someone who was blind happened upon such an item that was flyparked and not protected, what then?

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