In which we explore the options for getting round Bristol, and the consequences of those decisions
Thanks for the link; that is really quite interesting. And I am now trying to come up with an imaginative explanation for the bike prang that took place in Cardigan Bay, mid-way between Lleyn and Barmouth...
Pedalos. Need we say more?
Ok sorry. What do I need to open a kml file? BTW I'm going up to mid-wales (with bike) at the end of this week - from previous visits, I suspect the lack of accidents might be lack of cyclists rather than anything else ...Martin P
I'm assuming this is only reported incidents. So won't include the u-turn sideswipe someone did on me to get out of a traffic jam on Clarence road in 2007. Or the guy overtaking me and turning left at the same time, sending me over his bonnet. Or the two seperate times I had doors opened on me in St Andrews and then spent two weeks picking road surface out of my ands each time. Or the HGV from France that overtook me to turn left off Temple Way and nearly crushed me under him in the process. Luckily I manage to jump up the bit of curb between the road and the railings and he just squeezed passed, not that he noticed. Or the numerous bus drivers who have felt compelled to half overtake me along Whiteladies road and then gradually creep left into the cycle lane squashing me into the pavement quicker than I can break to drop out behind them. The list goes on. Should I be reporting all these to get into the statistics? Only problem is contacting Bristol Traffic Management just gets a generic letter response that basically says they'd like to do something but they just have too much to do already.
Hi Martin PDownload GoogleEarth and then double click the KML file. With a bit of searching you can find xls files of the locations, too.
Hi Anon @ 14:05. I know just what you mean...
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