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[UPDATE 26.1.22: CYC has provided a link to the update (published December 2021) Guidance on the Use of Tactile Paving Surfaces (assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1046126/guidance-on-the-use-of-tactile-paving-surfaces.pdf) The relevant chapter is: 5 Segregated shared cycle track/
footway surface and central Delineator
strip (ladder & tramline). Corduroy is not required on a shared route (Figure 23: Layout of the segregated shared cycle track/footway surface and central delineator strip) or where a footpath joins on a footpath side. It is required where a path joins a shared route on the cycle path side: 5.5.1 At junctions where a footway joins a shared route, Figure 24: Layout at a junction where a footway or footpath joins a shared route.] [Image taken 23.12.21.] James Street, York in front of Lidl. This tactile paving is tramlines on the pedestrian and the cycling sides. See Government guidelines: #176154.
In an email from 20.12.21, CYC said: I can confirm that all schemes are designed by qualified designers and that they are aware of the Government’s guidance on tactile paving.
Where tactile paving has been installed wrongly in the past, this is addressed through highway maintenance schemes where the available funding allows for the works." Other image this issue today: #177011 and links.

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