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Cycling/pedestrian signage on Hill Lan

Reported in the Street sign category anonymously at 14:24, Mon 11 August 2014

Sent to Hillingdon 1 minute later

On Hill Lane (the path cutting through the golf course) there are several signs indicating that cyclists should ride on one side of the path and pedestrians should walk on the other. The signs alternate in the direction they face, but all should indicate that cyclists should ride on the right going south, which is left going north.

At least two of these signs have been turned the wrong way, including the sign at the entrance to the north and another close to the bend.

I cycle on Hill Lane twice a day, and there are always pedestrians walking on the wrong side of the path. I think this is partly because of the incorrect signage. There is a risk of a collision, especially if someone is going around the bend on the wrong side (it is a blind bend).

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  • One of the signs facing the wrong way has been corrected. Annoyingly, the other one hasn't.

    Posted anonymously at 10:45, Sun 24 August 2014

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