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Gallery: Mackenzie Road / Covent Garden

Documents before and after two-way cycling was introduced along these two streets.

This gallery was created on Sunday, 16th March 2008

Mackenzie Road, showing the new "No Motor Vehicle" signs that have replaced the "No Entry" signs. However the road markings here have not been changed, and there is a potential for real conflict here between bikes entering the road and traf ... [more]

Two way cycling - now permitted in Covent Garden.

Although there's an "End of Cycle Route" sign here you don't have to get off your bike, so what's the sign for? You can now carry on straight over into Mackenzie Road, if you don't mind having to battle with oncoming right turning traffi ... [more]

Is it a one-way street or not? This section of Covent garden now has No Motor Vehicles signs (including behind the camera here) but this One Way sign is a potential cause of conflict. Perhaps it should be a no-right turn (except cycles) ... [more]

No Motor Vehicles signs - meaning this is no two-way for cycling.

No Left turn - but with no exception for cyclists now that Mackenzie Road has been converted to two-way cycling. I wonder if this is an intentional omission.

New No-Entry signs here, now that Mackenzie Road is two-way cycling.

Mackenzie Road - now converted to two-way cycling.

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