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Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic. A short section of single-yellow will allow motor vehicles to park in this cycle lane.

It’s never possible to park legally on one side of Kingston Street - vehicles block either the pavement or the road - so these should be double yellow lines.

Christchurch Street

The parking prohibition on Saturdays means these wooden fences can easily be used for parking hundreds of bicycles - demonstrating real demand for cycle parking especially during events like the Big Weekend.

EA52 YSU parked in the contraflow cycle lane at the eastern end of Bateman Street. Note how that single yellow line ends in line with the traffic island; could the restriction not start a few metres further east of the island? I've also had ... [more]

Cyclists swerving round a parked car. Another car that has parked (legally) while the single yellow line is not in force has decided to u-turn out to save a minute or two, hence about to block the oncoming traffic and causing more danger fo ... [more]

Nightingale Avenue

Regent Terrace - double yellow on the left, single yellow line on the right - which means the right hand side has cars stored along there a certain times - (evenings and Sundays).

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