Stuff stuff.co.nz 11 Jun, 2021 18:15 am

Cycleways: Maybe we should just stay in our (marked) lane?

Cycleways: Maybe we should just stay in our (marked) lane?
OPINION: Before I’m convinced we’re going to hell in a pedal-powered handcart on the back of a ludicrous cycleway spend, I’d like to know figures.

Consequently, the streets and roads are festooned with cones and signs advising No Left Turn, No Right Turn, Road Closed and Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here.Andrew Gunn: “Christchurch has lots of wide single-lane roads and streets.As to what’s behind the high levels of cycleway angst, here’s my General Theory of Christchurch Bad Drivers (Myself Included): Christchurch has lots of wide single-lane roads and streets.“Before I’m convinced that we’re all going to fiscal hell in a pedal-powered handcart on the back of a ludicrous cycleway spend, I’d like to know the figures,” Andrew Gunn writes.

Before I’m convinced that we’re all going to fiscal hell in a pedal-powered handcart on the back of a ludicrous cycleway spend, I’d like to know the figures.Andrew Gunn’s neighbourhood currently features a similar network of cones and diversions.

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