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Narrow path under bridge by canal

Gratuitous pinch stile obstructing the path. Action - make the cattle grid full width with a bypass gate for dog walkers etc and remove the pram arms.

This causes irritation and can cause road collisions putting vulnerable road users at considerable risk.

See link at A classic case of a MGIF. Turning off the road a mere 10 yards after the pinch point yet moves dangerously close to me all to save less than a second. Passing to Close Highway code rule 213. M ... [more]

See clip at This car joins from the road at the left of the roundabout. As I'm making my way between the two pinch points I hear them accelerating very hard despite there being no space to pass (see http://www ... [more]

See clip at An Attempt by KV03 YVB & Why I Stopped It. 1 second behind me at 15mph is ~ 7-8 yards, 2 seconds is 15-16 yards. Bike length: 2 yards Car length: 4 yards Looking at satellite & clip, pinch p ... [more]

See clip at Hmm, this pass is probably okay. It was slow enough to not disturb me. I was doing less than 10mph, so going over double-white lines in the middle is allowed (Highway Code rule 129 http://www.direc ... [more]

See clip at And we have a repeat of in the same location. Driver error here, but road layout clearly not helping. 1. Breaking "Highway code rule 163 ... [more]

See clip at Yet another example of how poor the cycle provision is here (or how badly people drive, your choice!) after the poor pass by the Travis Perkins lorry in ... [more]

See video at Another example of cars, vans, coaches, taxis all parking up in the cyclelane directly outside Robinson College. This time it's a Royal Mail van. Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up ... [more]

See video at This was the second well behaved driver of the day. The driver waits for me to clear the pinch point, costing him a few seconds but gaining a wave and a smile between us. That k ... [more]

See video at This is probably a good display of lack of control. It's possible to postulate that the driver was doing something else in the car than just driving. As I arrived behind the wait ... [more]

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