— Bicycle logo still in the wrong direction on Ryder’s Row.
A long-unprotected contra-flow cycle lane which goes from the upper section of Capel Street and into Ryder’s Row has received the flexi bollard treatment.
Dublin City Council sees the process of adding flexi bollards and other light segregation measures as a way to upgrade sections of cycle routes faster than is happening with cycle route projects, many of which are stalled or delayed in the planning process.
— Mike Banim (@PepeLeFrits) April 14, 2019
However, the bicycle logo painted on the cycle lane is still painted in the wrong direction on Ryder’s Row — the lane is a contra-flow lane but the logos on the Ryder’s Row section are painted in the with-flow direction.
Our archive photo shows the warning signs to motorists indicate the lane is a contra-flow lane: