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Photo #93366

A really weird way to create a pedestrian crossing of a cycleway. Basically, there's a short segment of shared-use. As a result there's an overusage of tactile pads.

TSRGD 16 now allows Zebra crossings without Belisha beacons to be deployed on cycleways to provide crossings for pedestrians without going to all of this crazy trouble. Just paint some stripes!

To be fair, that regulation came out after Eddington was designed & permitted.

On the other hand, they could have anticipated it since the rule was in the works for a long time. And there's examples of such Zebras even on public highways in other places. One was installed in 2014 in Gloucester, for example.

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