LETTER: Will ‘no cycling’ signs be ignored?

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Are the new proposed ‘no cycling’ signs ordered by Horsham town centre, meant to stop cycling, or are they just going to be more wasted money on ‘posh’ street furniture?

I wonder what makes HDC think that cyclists will take notice of signs, ‘posh’ or not. They already ignore them through the subway to North Street and the park, plus other areas, and rarely use the two cycle lanes provided on the road in North Street.

Without proper policing, it’s a waste of time and money.

How about making cycle riders have some form of identification, i.e. number plates on their bikes, and insurance too?

Anything to make pavements and pedestrian areas in the town safer for walkers!

A. HEAPS

Stirling Way, Horsham