Here are two photos of the same pedestrian crossing on the A30 not far from The Avenue in Camberley. One is taken pointing towards the Meadows, the other towards the town centre.
You’ll see that the ‘half’ of the pavement nearer the kerb is allocated to a two-way cycle lane. But what do the white outlines of a cycle and a triangle, and a double dashed and a single dashed lines mean?
Having puzzled over the photos, we THINK we’ve worked out the logic. But it’s the logic of a bureaucrat who doesn’t live in the real world. Can you do better than the Eye, and decide what the markings mean in less time that it would take to cycle past them? Or would you, like most cyclists, ignore them as being just too confusing?
Surrey Heath is an unfriendly place for cyclists, in spite of fine words from the county council. Only 1% of our adult population cycles frequently, and the percentage is dropping. Now there’s a surprise…