The meaning of the blue circular sign at the entrance to Camberley’s Main Square car park seems clear. Cyclists should keep to the left (using the red footpath with a yellow pedestrian silhouette on it). Pedestrians should keep to the right (going through the car-operated barrier?).
Why cyclists should want to enter the car park here at all beats us – the cycle stands on the right in the photo aren’t accessible from this entrance.
What’s more, presumably the red ‘Ground Floor’ sign indicates that you must keep to the right if you want to stay on the ground floor. Not that anything different happens if you keep to the left. Unless, you’re driving a car, that is. If you are, keeping left results in a nasty crunching sound.
Do either of these signs – for which residents must have paid – serve any useful purpose?
Are we entitled to think that no-one in the council actually cares? Should we worry that other council activities may be of a similar standard?