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[Image taken 31.12.22] Burton Stone Lane (northbound), York. Three speed cushions were replaced with two. Drivers simply straddle these. The speed cushions seen in the other direction and measurements: #187785. Context/overview of the … [more]

[Image taken 10.12.22] Tang Hall Lane, York. Location of damage in: #188673. Other image today and links: #188672.

[Image taken 20.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Northbound carriageway though taken looking southbound. Usable width for people on cycles: 115 - 20 = 95cm. But I would not want to touch the speed cushion so that's a further 20cm to deduct. … [more]

[Image taken 20.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Southbound. Usable width for people on cycles: 119 - 20 = 99cm. But I would not want to touch the speed cushion so that's a further 20cm to deduct. Therefore the usable width is 79cm. … [more]

[Image taken 20.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, southbound, close to the junction with Avenue Road/Grosvenor Road, York. Two new speed cushions drivers simply straddle replace the previous three cushions. View in other direction: #188987. … [more]

[Image taken 13.11.22] Campleshon Road, junction with Clock Tower Way, York. Further down the road is a set of three speed cushions https://goo.gl/maps/QPTbz9zkpacc9YGT8 On a cycle the spaces enable you to continue without deviation to be … [more]

[Image taken 18.7.22] Skeldergate, York. Looking south - re-opened Terry Ave turning on the left, up to Bishopgate Street, right. Further examples of the speed cushions CYC resorts to when there is speeding despite their: a) not slowing … [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, junction with Grosvenor Road (right, behind camera position), York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Looking north. Note the three speed cushions. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken on 5.5.22] Burton Stone Lane, close to the junction with Grosvenor and Avenue Roads, York. Note the activated Vehicle Activated Speed (VAS) Indicator: despite the speed cushions. Motorists can simply straddle these. And do. … [more]

[Image taken on 5.5.22] Burton Stone Lane looking towards the A19 (Bootham-Clifton), York. Another set of damaged and ineffectual speed cushions. The ‘black’/blank sign is a vehicle activated speed (VAS) indicator (see: #182425). It is also … [more]

[UPDATE: #187802. [Image taken on 5.5.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Other images here today and links: #182419. The bench has been removed. This street is very long yet has a doctor's surgery on the corner top left (junction with … [more]

[Image taken on 5.5.22] Burton Stone Lane looking towards the A19 (Bootham-Clifton), York. Context and links: #182419. Note the damage to the speed cushions. The first of four sets over just 280m. And where it is: motor vehicles can and … [more]

[UPDATE: The street calming measures: #187753] [Image taken on 5.5.22] Burton Stone Lane junction with Grosvenor Road-Avenue Road, York. Burton Stone Lane (BSLa) is a north-south route through residential areas (with more to come: #182417). … [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 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. Tangible road damage in the 'gutter'. People on cycles won't be able to avoid it unless they go over the speed cushions. An appalling failure of road design by CYC … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. The speed cushions - repaired and repainted - from the other direction. And the road damage: #176086. Where people on cycles can't avoid it constrained as many/most … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. The repaired/repainted speed cushions have no effect on drivers. As here, they can simply straddle them. In fact, the cushions are positioned for them to be able to do … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. Damaged road surface on the approach to: speed cushions, an off-road cycle lane, an ASL. Other images this junction today: #176080 and links

[Image taken 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. The damaged speed cushions have not been removed in line with LTN 1/20 guidance (www.gov.uk/government/publications/cycle-infrastructure-design-ltn-120) but repaired … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.21] Elmfield Avenue, junction with Malton Road, York. The off-road cycle lane is wider. The access to it - the grey section to the left of the carriageway in the image - has no upstand and is long. This should mean people … [more]

[UPDATE: 29.12.21] Today I visited the post office. Afterward I tried to cross over to the other side of Haxby Road. The slight widening of the pavement on that side and the resulting reduction in distance to cross makes it look as if this … [more]

[Image taken 31.10.21] Haxby Road, York junction with White Cross Street. Cushions were installed summer 2021 – June? (Update see NOTE: #175422) LTN 1/20 … [more]

[Image taken 12.5.21] Terry Avenue, York. Ahead of the closure (the most recently given starting date was Monday 17 May 2021) from for a year for flood works nearby, Terry Ave now has speed cushions and passing places. I wonder if the … [more]

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