Or do they?
A picture posted by Carlton Reid on Twitter just the other day shows a massive design flaw of the segregated cycle superhighways, yet nobody within the cycle campaigning community seems to have picked up on it.
Tot on a bike & tot on a scooter with dad on the new cycle infra on Blackfriars Road, London. pic.twitter.com/wgQ3FjlZJM— Carlton Reid (@carltonreid) March 30, 2016
These so-called "low level signals" are meant to be at the eye level for a cyclist. BUT HOW CAN THESE BE CONSIDERED EYE LEVEL FOR A CHILD?
|RED for bad, and GREEN showing where a lower level signal should be|
To fix this problem, I propose the creation of the "lower level signal" This will work in conjunction with existing low level signals to create this required signal equality for children
|A lower level signal working in conjunction with a low level signal working in conjunction with a normal level signal|
|Look how simple it is to add proper equality for children|
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Won't somebody think of the children?