Pavement stencilled signs were done elsewhere at Albany St and got a thumbs down....
Can't find shot - sure chdot has one.
I was musing on the whole pavement cycling thing this morn whilst dog walking (almost as bad as cycling you know!)
In 15 mins I saw three variants of how to do a right turn on a cycle when it's a red light. (Also saw at least six other vehicles doing a lot worse but that's OT ).
• Going from High St to Library - continuing on red and then cycling up onto pavement past Hotel Missoni using ramp at green man. They just snuck in before it came on.
• Going from North Bridge to High St - using ASL to make right turn across stopped traffic then cycle up onto pavement at corner then right turn onto High St. Basically this is almost continental as the cyclist felt safe following the pedestrian phases rather than going diagonally.
• Going north towards The Mound - stop at red light, wait till green man comes on. Then cycle over slowly.
It wouldn't surprise me if this sort of bike use becomes more prevalent as no-one on pavement seemed to care. I know it doesn't make it right but it is one trend that seems to be happening as can be witnessed from my shop window. Slightly OT but related I know.
What might have been better is to mark out a cordoned off bike route round where the desire line is/was at Roseburn. This might have taken some road space out but not a problem for any other reason it seems.