This article was published in 2000, in Newsletter 33.
|Southern end of scheme looking north from Tesco’s roundabout|
|Pinch point with raised pavement at northern end of scheme. Off road shared use path heads south into Milton; on road path heads north. The on road path is meant to by pass the pinch point via the pavement in the foreground, but for some reason they’ve not narrowed the road so you can continue on the road – so why did they put the pavement in?||Off road shared use path into Milton from the north|
|Traffic calming north of Dillons. (The sign says ‘humps, 20 yards’. It lies.) Because the designers could find no sensible way of taking the cycle paths past Dillons they put in this traffic calming to the north and a zebra crossing on a raised pavement to the south. There have already had complaints about the noise from trucks going over the raised cushions here and there are claims that it’s dangerous for motorcyclists||Off road shared use path crosses Coles Road on raised pavement|