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Sheffield cyclist calls for better signage

30th December 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A cyclist who was put in hospital after being knocked down in a crash is urging for better safety signage to be installed on a busy Sheffield road.

Alan Knott suffered a concussion and injuries to the right of his body, after a driver turned left straight across him. The incident occurred when he was riding n the cycle lane on Queen's Road, reports the Star.

Mr Knott told the newspaper: "I still have physiotherapy now after the crash in November. I have tried to cycle since but I have stopped at the moment because I can’t cope with the traffic."

He went on to request that Sheffield Council erect more signs on Queen's Road, as they would help to make drivers aware of the space required by cyclists.

Recently, the Tunbridge Wells People reported that dog walkers in Chase Wood have condemned new signs in the area because they are "out of keeping" with the natural environment.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801251955-ADNFCR


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