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This is one of the most common criticisms of painted cycling infrastructure we hear… overtaking road users do not give cyclists using a painted lane a 1.5m gap because, well, there’s a line in the road. If you’re on a completely different path than me, then it must be fine for me to overtake…

This is why some would prefer to have no cycling infrastructure rather than a simple painted “lane”. This is also probably the reason why this policeman did not give much thought to waiting beyond the pedestrian crossing to overtake.

If they had, they might have seen the next roundabout and decided to wait. Note the use of “could” in this sentence…

The Cycling Nerd reported the footage to the Independent Office for Police Conduct, we’ll be eagerly awaiting that response…

As if to prove the point of view of road users on painted cycle paths…

So what are we counting? Would the road be safer without the painted track? (I think I already know your answer)…

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