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Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Traffic in York


I took the above photograph through the passenger window of my car because I was interested in this bicycle filter lane that goes down the middle of two lanes where Laurence Street meets the Barbican Road at Walmgate.  I also noticed the black car in the right lane had “appropriated” the advanced stop zone for the bicycles.  (Note: I am aware that it is only illegal for a car to be in this zone if they entered it while the traffic lights were red, see here).


It was shortly afterwards that I noticed a car (small silver pickup truck) turning right from Barbican Road into Laurence Road jumped the red lights. Tut tut, this will not do York!

Posted by bigblue on 26/03/2013 at 07:34 AM
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