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Photo #191149

[Image taken 18.2.23] Looking into Museum Street/Lendal Bridge, York. Drivers turning into Museum Street from St Leonard's Place pass (or try to pass) cyclists on the right sometimes even when there is a motor vehicle or a cyclist (or several) in the ASL (ahead of the vehicle with the lights on). And even when the cyclists have started from the ASL in front of them. I'd like to see the cycle symbols (see: #191071) painted onto the tarmac here at the entrance. (Ditto on the parallel city centre bridge - Ouse Bridge: #191070.) Why? To try to encourage people on cycles to 'ride wide'/to inhabit the space they need to, that is theirs, and to try to make drivers at least consider, Is there space to pass? Should I even be thinking about trying to pass here? Other images today: #191150, #191151, #191152.

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