Letter: Bike path should not be cyclist velodrome

Posted 3/4/21

Is there any discussion on limiting the speed of cyclists on the bike paths in built up areas or in areas were there is a potential conflict between pedestrians and vehicles?

The proposed …

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Letter: Bike path should not be cyclist velodrome

Posted

Is there any discussion on limiting the speed of cyclists on the bike paths in built up areas or in areas were there is a potential conflict between pedestrians and vehicles?

The proposed bike path should not be a cyclist velodrome. Signage and speed humps on the bike path in built up areas will reduce the possibility of injuries caused by cyclists with pedestrians and vehicle collisions.  The bike path is presently used by both pedestrians and bikes, and this shared usage should continue.

Noel Hewitt
Bristol

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