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Tag Archives: Quality Bike Corridor
Another reminder, if any were needed, that Edinburgh need better quality cycle infrastructure. This is called a “Quality Bike Corridor”, it is not.
For Christmas we would like to see a serious commitment to making out streets people friendly and not more rubbish like the so called Quality Bike Corridor
Bizarrely this road with a high volume of motor traffic, is called a “Quality Bike Corridor” by the City of Edinburgh Council. People ride on this street despite the road environment, not because of it!
These photos were taken on the ironically named “Quality Bike Corridor”, it is of notably low quality.