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Six bikes also parked on these newly installed temporary racks.

Six bikes parked overnight at the newly installed temporary racks. The bikes belong to four different households.

The racks have arrived and have only been here a few minutes when more people have come and found a use for them! Other things to do with the space:

Cycles parked on the carriageway. We're expecting a toast rack like those shown at #50187 to be sited here temporarily to gauge the suitability for a permanent installation like #48270.

Thoday Street cycle parking needed.

Bikes, bins and cars have moved in to the pedestrian zone.

The bike racks that used to be here (see #28875) have gone! I hope they are replaced soon. New ones appeared in Feb 2015, see #64514.

I'm guessing that the residents in the nearby houses have affixed this sign to the lamppost to deter cyclists using it for securing their bikes. More evidence for the need to provide secure cycle parking in these streets.

Proposal for a double toastrack outside 100 Thoday Street

James and Lisa demonstrating the oblique cycle parking proposals, during the night survey group.

Nowhere for cycles to officially park on Thoday Street.

How can I get to my door? These cars are so close together that they form a barrier making it awkward to try and get my bike into the house.

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