2 peculiar protruding longitudinal guides demarcating edge of cycle lane
Reported via desktop anonymously at 12:15, Saturday 22 May 2021
Sent to Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later
I saw these this morning and wondered what they were for? The danger for cyclists not expecting such protrusions, is that they will be launched over their handlebars. They are the only two I can see. Perhaps their purpose is to discourage motorists turning left too early?
Council ref: ENQ21895348
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 12:16, Saturday 22 May 2021
I was thrown off my bike when I hit the rubber curbs by entrance to park and ride. This injured myself and damaged my bike. The curbs were obscured by 5 cyclists just starting off from the traffic lights who carried on down the bus lane. I decided to go down the cycle path and hit the curbs. I see there are also 2 rubber curbs at entrance to Wickes road. I feel they are very dangerous and need to be removed. Michael Giles
Posted by Michael Giles at 16:00, Monday 7 June 2021
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