CYCLISTS are furious after claiming new road markings at Shell Corner island will cause chaos and crashes.
The new markings for cyclists on Long Lane and Nimmings Lane were branded ‘dangerous’ by the Stourbridge Bicycle Users Group.
Russell Eden, from the group, which has over 260 members, said: “Though these markings have been put down for cyclists they are outrageous and dangerous for cyclists. This is a classic case of Dudley Council doing something from the car drivers point of view and not what any sensible cyclist would want.”
Mr Eden has attended meetings of the Dudley Cycle Forum but believes they are a waste of time.
“We come up with suggestions and explain what needs to be done across the borough but council just disagree with everything we say.”
Saturday, 26 February 2011
Stourbridge Cyclists slam car-centric Dudley Council
Posted by freewheeler at 12:46
Labels: hazardous cycling, poor design