Cycle lane blocked with no advance warning

Reported in the Cycle path category anonymously at 00:43, Mon 27 April 2015

Sent to Christchurch City Council 22 sec later.

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Southbound cycle lane on Hagley Ave south of Saint Asaph St intersection is blocked by a “No Road Marking” sign and cones, associated with the An Accessible City resealing and remarking of Hagley Ave through to Moorhouse Ave. An “Extreme Care Cyclists Merging” sign was in place on Hagley Ave before being blown over in the strong winds of last week, but unfortunately the traffic management contractor (Fulton Hogan) hasn’t put it back up. So cyclists are forced into the general traffic lane just as they are leaving the intersection, with no advance warning for them or drivers. Fulton Hogan ignoring this blown over sign since at least the 17th April casts significant doubt on the effectiveness of the site inspections required to be undertaken, especially when road marking has been ongoing during this period.

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