White line on cycle track in dangerous location.
Reported in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category anonymously at 20:45, Wednesday 11 March 2020
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 6 minutes later
Sorry, poor drive by photo (I was passenger). In photo, green annotated line is the flush/lowered kerb, the annotated red line is the sloping transition kerb. This is the Junction for new housing estate, not the Williams F1 junction. Exit corner on left as you head north on A338. The segregating white line on the new segregated cycle track should tie in with the end of the flush kerb ie green kine in photo (ie where the green line meets the red line in the photo). The white line currently ties in with the TOP of the transition kerb (red line) where it meets the full height kerb, so if someone enters the cycle track from the road, and uses the white line as a guide as to where to turn off the road, they may well hit the transition kerb at a shallow angle and have an accident. The white line needs re doing so it lines up with the point where the flush kerb meets the transition keb.
Council ref: ENQ20862075
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