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Photo #35717

At the same time bike symbols finally graced this bit of cycle lane (see also #35716) in Crouch St, so did what appears to be a parking or loading bay. This bay explains why the drop kerb is so much wider than the narrow "elephant feet" crossing... but is it "no parking, no waiting" or not (as per the yellow markings)?

If vans or cars are to be parked in this narrow strip, these vehicles will inevitably be driven in the cycle lane, against the flow parking/leaving. And how many drivers will make sure to park within the box, not intruding in what is meant to be a cycle lane? If a van with a side door is there, will the driver then be stood in the cycle lane loading/unloading?

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