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Harrison Park improvement

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  1. SRD
    Member

    I presume you've sent a link of this to the cycling officer chap?

    Posted 1 year ago #
  2. lionfish
    Member

    I visited the boat/barge last week and filled in the form. The main point I thought of was the blocked access by parked cars. The consultation was suppose to be for Harrison Park East, but I mainly use HP West, I guess it's the same people.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  3. chdot
    Admin

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    South West Team (@southwest_team)

    4/23/12 6:25 PM

    Tomorrow is the start of our dog fouling initiative in Harrison Park. Wardens will be there 7am to 10pm: ow.ly/arTes #edinclean

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    Posted 1 year ago #
  4. chdot
    Admin

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    South West Team (@southwest_team)

    4/24/12 8:05 AM

    If you're in Harrison Park today say "hi" to our Wardens who will be there all day today and Thursday: http://ow.ly/arTjm #edinclean
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    Posted 1 year ago #
  5. chdot
    Admin

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    Sara Dorman ‏ @SRDEdinburgh

    @southwest_team Easy peasey -- Dropped kerb where footpath meets Harrison Rd to ease access for buggies, bikes, wheelchairs etc

    South West Team‏ @southwest_team

    @srdedinburgh update: this will be added to our list of proposed dropped kerbs & will be done over the next few months. ^G
    1:11 PM - 1 May 12

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    Better late than never!

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    Sara Dorman @SRDEdinburgh

    @southwest_team Woo-hoo! All 100+ cyclists who went 'bump' on their way to @POPScotland on Saturday will be thrilled! Many thanks :)

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    Posted 1 year ago #
  6. Claggy Cog
    Member

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/chdot/6950022142/in/photostream/

    I think the pink aggregate works rather well. The problem with a lot of the cycle lanes is when the red stuff starts crumbling and being washed away it all becomes rather lumpy and makes for an uncomfortable ride.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  7. Greenroofer
    Member

    I suspect (without any evidence whatsoever) that the pink aggregate will get better as it ages. Presumably at the start the pink pebbles have a certain amount of tar on them: as this wears off they will get pinker...

    We'll have to see.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  8. chdot
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