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This can only be good and hopefully something that other authorities will follow suit. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-25913984
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This might persuade some more people to walk or use other means of transport, but the majority will just be 'displaced.' I hope they observe just where the new drop off points end up being. We could easily see 4x4s pulling up into cycle lanes on main roads instead. More scrutiny needed.
I am stronger than Mensa, Miller and Mailer, I spat out Plath and Pinter.
posted by bikeboy76 [1432 posts] 27th January 2014 - 18:17
Here's hoping this will happen. A wee look on street view shows that there aren't many options available. But with my not being local and not having been in Haddington for a good few years doesn't help. Though there doesn't seem to be any cycling lanes near the schools to be interfered with by those pesky 4x4's
posted by giff77 [1068 posts] 27th January 2014 - 23:27
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