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Gallery: Kingston Street

Problems on this street are the lack of cycle parking, cars parked on pavements, and lack of two-way of cycling (due to be addressed 2007).

Now updated with photos of the change to permit two way cycling - but some old one-way signs are creating ambiguity.

This gallery was created on Friday, 7th September 2007

Low-flying motorcycle signs - ie. "No motor vehicle" signs have now replaced the No Entry signs.

The "No Entry" signs at the far end of the street have been replaced, permitting cycling, but three "One-Way" street signs have been left behind - creating ambiguity.

There appear to have been no changes made to the road markings or layout at this end of Kingston Street in light of the change to permit two-way cycling. The one-way street signs that remain here are in conflict with the no-motor vehicle si ... [more]

The No-Left turn except cycles sign is in conflict with the "Ahead only" road marking and "Ahead only" blue sign.

The appearance of railings in Kingston Street immediately results in piles of bikes being attached because of the shortage of cycle parking (there are zero stands) here.

Bikes absolutely everywhere near the Kingston Arms on Kingston Street, due to lack of cycle parking (there are zero stands) here.

The result of the lack of cycle parking: pavements blocked. This was taken early-evening outside the Kingston Arms, on Kingston Street, where there is zero cycle parking. No wonder theft rates are so high. Eventually sorted in 2014 - ... [more]

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