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Photo #57178

See clip at youtu.be/4f2DIcPcKiY

This happened just as primary school children were coming home.

This is the third time I've spotted Asda delivery people doing this here. The first time it happened, they promised that they'd stop. The second time (youtu.be/DRMQpPi63AA), they ignored me. If this get ignored again, I'm looking to get this taken up with local councillors and police.

I never approach drivers as you do not know what kind of response you can get. And I'd rather they left quickly.

You can see from teh pcitures that it's only a few feet back to avoid being on the zig zag, although still in a cyclelane. It's also only 85 feet from a safe, off-road unloading space.


Places where you cannot stop to load and unload
- A pedestrian crossing including the area marked by the zig-zag lines
- School keep-clear zig-zag lines
- On a road with double white lines marked in the centre
- A clearway during its hours of operation
- Mandatory cycle lanes (indicated by a solid line)
- Where the vehicle would cause an obstruction, eg within 10 metres of
a junction, or be in a dangerous position

[pdf] www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf

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