Cycle route signs missing, no dropped kerb
Reported via Android in the Road traffic signs category anonymously at 10:33, Friday 11 September 2020
Sent to Lambeth Borough Council less than a minute later
The northern end of High Trees is closed to motor vehicles, cycle signage further south (Hillside Road, Roycroft Close, to "Herne Hill / Brockwell Park") directs cyclists this way, but once you get to the end of High Trees, there's no cycle route signage whatsoever at the junction with Upper Tulse Hill, I don't see how cyclists are supposed to know to turn right to reach the segregated contraflow on Trinity Rise. There's also no obvious dropped kerb for cyclists to use to cross the closed bit of High Trees.
Before anyone tells me that this is an obsolete 20 year old 'London Cycle Network' route - I don't think it is, it's part of the same route that the new 'streetspace' measures were installed on just a few months ago (Hillside Road). And I'd say it reduces the usefulness of the new measures if 3 minutes cycling later, following the signs on Hillside Road, you end up ia baffling mess where a the signs are missing or pointing the wrong way, because they were put up 20 years ago and nobody's maintained them since :)
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