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  1. gsgsgs says:25/09/2020 03:14 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by libraryguy View Post
    As far as I can see, most motorists are ignoring the No Entry sign by Hesketh Park, including IRONICALLY... a Sefton Council Catering Van!

    Even their own employees are ignoring it.
    Similar at the opposite end, I was waiting to cross at the lights by the YMCA and 2 cars simply drove straight across from Hoghton St into Queens Road!

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  3. Little Londoner says:27/09/2020 04:39 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Knot wright View Post
    of all the things that need fixing in this country and this is done ....
    Pot holes all over town and money is wasted on something that will not be used mind you it has given the looney and his new friends something to massage their ego's. A baseball bat would have been cheaper.

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  5. Anon says:27/09/2020 07:26 PM
    The businesses in Houghton Street aren't impressed:-

    https://standupforsouthport.com/busi...o-be-scrapped/


    The quote that summed it up for me, from a businessman in Houghton Street, was:-

    “Yesterday, I only saw one cyclist in this area all day – and they were riding past along the pavement!

  6. Sap33 says:28/09/2020 08:29 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Little Londoner View Post
    Pot holes all over town and money is wasted on something that will not be used mind you it has given the looney and his new friends something to massage their ego's. A baseball bat would have been cheaper.
    The policy for the pop up cycle lanes is from Central Government so nothing to do with the potholes (most of which seem to be the result of utilities companies, so therefore need to be addressed by them).

    Your anger management issues seem to be coming out again, looking at your comments about baseball bats, maybe you should have a look in the mirror and consider who the looney is.

    (And I'm still waiting on an update over your offer of a driving demonstration.....)

  7. Sap33 says:28/09/2020 08:37 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Anon View Post
    The businesses in Houghton Street aren't impressed:-

    https://standupforsouthport.com/busi...o-be-scrapped/


    The quote that summed it up for me, from a businessman in Houghton Street, was:-

    “Yesterday, I only saw one cyclist in this area all day – and they were riding past along the pavement!
    I'm a cyclist and used to use Hoghton Street regularly as it was fine as it was for cycling, without the new cycle lanes/bollards. (So much so that if going into town with my son, we'd go this way because it was much quieter/safer than the other routes).

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  9. Alikado says:28/09/2020 08:51 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Anon View Post
    The businesses in Houghton Street aren't impressed:-

    https://standupforsouthport.com/busi...o-be-scrapped/


    The quote that summed it up for me, from a businessman in Houghton Street, was:-

    “Yesterday, I only saw one cyclist in this area all day – and they were riding past along the pavement!
    Are these the same businesses that were constantly complaining about people parking parking on the Pay n Display blocking their access?

  10. local says:17/10/2020 09:19 AM
    It is becoming increasingly embarrassing to reveal you're a cyclist with these horrible selfish people defending the indefensible led by the eco hypocrite and his acolytes.


    This is people's livelihoods being damaged I could and did cycle along that street perfectly well before.


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