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Outside the industrial entrance to St Pancras

Reported via mobile in the Transport Planning Referrals category anonymously at 08:53, Thu 7 September 2023

FixMyStreet ref: 4967694.

Network Rail have placed a totally obstructive cycle lane closed sign, with no prior warning, dangerously at the end blocking the exit of a segregated cycle lane. People are having to stop suddenly in peak times and have nowhere to go afterwards, and are piling up into the back of each other. Discussing it with them, they refuse to move the sign forward so that cyclists can exit on the road, and have placed nothing earlier in the road to indicate that cyclists should use the main road instead. This is a clear hazard, and a breach of the Safety at Street Works and Road Works code of practice, and everyone is stopping to try and tell them they are endangering people.

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  • This has been escalated to the Highways maintenance team to investigate.

    Category changed from ‘Damaged non-illuminated road sign’ to ‘Damaged illuminated road sign post’

    Posted by Camden Borough Council at 10:43, Thu 7 September 2023

  • Referred to Camden Transport Strategy team

    Category changed from ‘Damaged illuminated road sign post’ to ‘Transport Planning Referrals’

    State changed to: Internal referral

    Posted by Camden Borough Council at 09:26, Tuesday 28 May 2024

  • Thank you for reporting the issue, details of which have been passed to our transport strategy team for investigation

    Posted by Camden Borough Council at 12:15, Tuesday 2 July 2024

This report is now closed to updates from the public. You can make a new report in the same location. Please reference 4967694 in your new report if it is an update on this one.