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Re: [greenwichcyclists] CSG developments

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  • Andrew Beswetherick
    I absolutely agree. The sooner this mess is sorted out on a common sense way the better! Andrew ________________________________ From: rob.z.wood@uk.pwc.com
    Message 1 of 10 , May 18 3:05 PM
      I absolutely agree. The sooner this mess is sorted out on a common sense way the better!

      Andrew


      From: "rob.z.wood@..." <rob.z.wood@...>
      To: greenwichcyclists <greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Friday, May 18, 2012 8:13 PM
      Subject: Re: [greenwichcyclists] CSG developments

       
      This is part of what annoys me - there is certainly no sign of the signs on the south entrance. The rebuilt paved area looks like an extension of the road and positively invites you to ride down it.

        From: "Bob Walkden" [bobwalkden@...]
        Sent: 18/05/2012 20:00 CET
        To: <greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com>
        Subject: RE: [greenwichcyclists] CSG developments

       
      I don't think those signs are up at each point where people enter CSG. I may be wrong - I haven't checked.
       
      Regardless, I think it's damned unsporting of the council to take that line. I used to enjoy very much seeing all those hip young kids who used to skateboard there. They never seemed to disturb or annoy anyone as far as I can see, and I reckon the whole thing is down to some miserable old sod who hates seeing people enjoying themselves.
       
      They've rebuilt CSG as a flat concrete rink again, albeit with a few rumbly bits, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that people want to roller skate, skateboard and cycle on it. Perhaps they should have cobbled it all instead. Maybe after the Olympics.
       
      B
       
      From: greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com [mailto:greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Martin Thomason
      Sent: 18 May 2012 10:43
      To: greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [greenwichcyclists] CSG developments
       
       
      Ok as I've been involved in this discussion from near the start I'd like to make on thing clear. I think it is common sense that careful cycling should be allowed through CSG both east/west and north/south to and from the tunnel entrance and I wish all the best to those campaigning for change.
       
      However that said, whilst the regulations and laws are as they are, I think it's unfair to relentlessly pick on people doing their job. Why not do what the sign says and dismount, walk across CSG and remount. In the walking part you could even engage in conversation with the people in hi-viz. You never know this might improve everyone's day.
       
      Also I'm sorry but that signage looks fairly clear to me, I'd hardly call it "stealth"
       
      M
       
      From: "rob.z.wood@..." <rob.z.wood@...>
      To: greenwichcyclists@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, 18 May 2012, 10:22
      Subject: [greenwichcyclists] CSG developments
       
       
      I stopped on the way out last night to take some pictures of the signs

      http://www.flickr.com/photos/woodrz/sets/72157629782437404/

      No "wardens" in sight at 17:40 last night.


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