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[Image taken 3.1.22] Manor Lane, York. The speed cushions are ineffective - they do not reduce motorists' speeds. BUT the effect on people who cycle can be considerable. The cushions have been repaired so extensively there is ‘scar tissue ... [more]

[Image taken 25.11.21] Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York. The foliage has been cut back. It improves accessibility for pedestrians without equipment such as buggies. It does not help people for whom the space, turning circle and access are too li ... [more]

[Image taken 25.11.21] Manor Lane, York. Drivers pass on speed cushions. There was no discernible decrease in the speed of either vehicle. Context: #176161. Other images today: #176152 and links

[Image taken 25.11.21] Manor Lane, York. Speed cushions showing considerable but typical wear. They are supposed to force drivers to reduce speed. Instead – as the location of the damage shows – they simply straddle them. For people on ... [more]

[Image taken 25.11.21] Eccles Close, junction with Manor Lane, York. Cyclist’s eye view of approaching a raised table. Context: #176159 and links.

[Image taken 25.11.21] Eccles Close, junction with Manor Lane, York. This is a raised table. It is good practice. It is what road engineers include in an 'entry treatment'. People turning off or onto the main road move onto and over a sligh ... [more]

[Image taken 25.11.21] Manor Lane, junction with Eccles Close, York. Whole stretch of a route punctuated with 'relaxed' or 'wide' corduroy. Compare with Monks Cross retail park: #175979. I have no problem riding over the tactile surface alo ... [more]

[Image taken 25.11.21] Manor Lane, junction with Eccles Close, York. 'Relaxed' or 'wide' corduroy. I am aware I am riding over it but it does not impact on my movement, my confidence or the handling of my cycle. Compare with 'skinny' cordur ... [more]

[Image taken 22.8.21] Lysander Arms, Manor Lane, Shipton Road, York. (www.lysanderarms.co.uk), York. You have to go looking for it but there is cycle parking. Other image today see: #173325.

[Image taken 9.5.21] Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York. These measurements (width 104cm, radius 155cm, entry/exit width 82cm) are not enough for someone to get through comfortably or easily on a cycle. Even on a lightweight, unladen, unadorned de ... [more]

[Image taken 9.5.21] Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York. The width of the tarmac is just 97cm. This is uncomfortably narrow for many potential users pass through, and the angle is too tight - there's no provision for turning circles. (LTN 1/20 Cyc ... [more]

[Image taken 9.5.21] Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York. Looking from Manor Lane. The ‘holding’ area between the road and the entry to the chicane is too narrow. You would need to wait on the road if someone else were navigating this or, if wi ... [more]

Image taken 9.5.21] Manor Lane, Rawcliffe, York. Looking towards Manor Lane. The angles here are too tight, the space between the chicanes too limited and the 'runout'/'turning circle' space limits who can use this offroad, segregated ped-c ... [more]

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