There's a sign up on one of the ring road roundabouts, asking for comments on the new cycle route seven proposals.
Some people may think "good, the council cares, they aren't as incompetent as the People's Cycling Front of S. Gloucestershire claim"
The foot/cycle path is to the left of the road here, and you cannot see this consultation sign from the cycle path.
Think about that: the people who would care most about having the cycle paths in the area improved aren't actually being asked what their opinions are, because the signs asking for consultation are only visible from the dual carriageway road approaching the main dual carriageway ring-road -a route that only brave, fast, roadies would be doing.
That's either sheer incompetence, sheer indifference or Institutionalised Motorism?
We wonder if the cycling team even have a clue where the signs went up, they just handed it off to the bit of the council that deals with consultations, who stuck up the signs "in the usual place". Nobody thought about putting them up where people cycle, and nobody has bothered to go and look up where the signs are to see if they are in the right place for anyone cycling to see them.
S Gloucs Council: The No Cycling City.
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