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Cautionary signage required for cyclepath

Reported in the Cycle path category anonymously at 09:08, Wed 3 July 2019

Sent to Auckland Council 4 min later.

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There is a new shared pathway that connects Ti Rakau & Stonedon Drive. There is a long wooden bridge across the estuary, which should have cautionary signage at both north and south entrances telling cyclists to slow down. Especially the North entrance since the approach is a descent that quickly rounds a corner. This bridge is very slippery in the morning on a bike, and poses a real hazard for commuters. As a new cyclist I did not recognise the hazard these bridges pose, my tyres lost their grip to the bridge just after entering the bridge from the north entrance. This caused major wounds, and put me off cycling to work. Please install signage at the entrances to this bridge to urge cyclists to slow down to prevent more injuries.

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