A few months ago I made a video showing a new cycle contraflow that KCC had installed. Essentially the no entry signs at the end of a 70mph slip road had been replaced by No motor vehicle signs
Nothing else had changed for oncoming traffic. Road markings still showed that motor traffic could use both lanes. While knowing the road personally meant I knew that using this would be suicidal, others might not. The shared use path to the right is part of the National Cycle Network, so it was likely that people would end up here not knowing the area.
At the time I made a complaint to KCC, warning them about this, and questioning why this was changed. I was told that no fault was found, that the signage was correct.
When I returned today I found that the no entry signs were backbad idea. But you have to question, who thought it was a good idea in the first place?