Just wondering what people think of this idea.
Firstly, on the approaches to any dangerous junction, erect a road sign that says, "no overtaking of cyclists for next 200 yards and, obviously, place it 200 yards from the junction.
Secondly, remove the ASL that inevitably encourages cyclists to squeeze up the inside of trucks, puts drivers' backs up, and places cyclists directly in the path of drivers when moving off.
The idea would be to create a calming effect that starts well before the junction, rather than the existing jockying for position by both cyclists and motorists.
It's cheap, can be implimented as required, and might have an impact on driver awareness and cyclist sensibilities. Opinions welcome.