Cyclists need to be told about law
A SPOKESPERSON from the city council said "People should not cycle through Broadmead as that is not a shared space because of the shoppers wandering around."
Did not Lib Dem councillor Dr Jon Rogers not admit in your paper that he cycles through Broadmead?
Does this mean councillors are not classed as people or is it more likely that the council is controlled by people who have not got a clue how to run this great city and county?
Left hand not knowing what the right hand is saying. Yes speak to the hand because that beats talking to this council. Does the Pedestrian Society/Association still exist? I remember in the late 1960s it was based in Redland/Cotham.
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If they do, what do they have to say about cycling on the pavement and putting pedestrians at risk?
Let's face it. With a council run by people who can't make their minds up, what hope is there? And Dr Rogers is running for Mayor. Heaven help us all if he gets elected.
I see the council have put up cycle signs at the junction of the NatWest bank in Fishponds.
This must mean cyclists can legally run people over who are using the cash machine or coming out of the bank. Despite the law not being changed with regard to cycling on the pavement.
Someone should be putting up warning signs to cyclists advising them that it is illegal to ride on the pavement.