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[UPDATE: On the evening of 1.7.22 I saw this cone and the smaller, dirtier one on the forecourt of the building in the background right had been removed.] [Image taken 22.6.22] Glencoe Court, Glencoe Street, York. Abandoned cone. Reported. ... [more]

[Image taken on 25.3.22] Swann Street, York. Redundant cones become a trip hazard. They are unsightly and also make an area feel unsafe. The items frequently get damaged so cannot be reused. This is the result of works not being checked and ... [more]

[Image taken 13.3.22] Bootham, York. Context and links: #180045. A cone in the pavement adds to the mess, confusion and hazards. As I was taking this image a steady stream of pedestrians moved through the works in both directions: at one po ... [more]

[Image taken 11.1.22] Nessgate/Clifford Street/Coppergate, looking towards King Street, York. An abandoned cone is an obstruction and a hazard for pedestrians sighted and non- and people with mobility issues. It also invites the attention o ... [more]

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