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Cycle lane defenders that 86 year old lady fell over in Southport are made of rubber

The lady who was injured after falling over the now called "cycle lane defenders" is hopefully making a full recovery.

The website of the hazards states...

Rosehill rubber cycle lane defenders provide cycle lane segregation and are safer for cyclists because they provide continuous or light segregation by excluding other traffic from the cycle lane. They can be installed to comply with Cycling England and Sustrans guidelines, making cycle lanes 2.0m wide whenever practicable, or 1.5m minimum.

Features & Benefits

  • Long rubber units are ideal for continuous or light cycle lane segregation
  • No excavation, less disruption.
  • Retro-fit into existing schemes
  • Solid rubber construction.
  • Impact resistant.
  • Dislodged or damaged units can be removed and replaced quickly.
  • Can be extended to any length.
  • Optional 50mm reflective glass eyes are available to enhance visibility.
  • Design options include fittings for a wide range of keep left signs and bollards.

Manufactured in the UK from 100% recycled tyre rubber, Rosehill Highways deliver safe and serviceable, surface mounted cycle lane solutions which help to minimise costs. We can supply build-outs and pinch points with cycle bypasses, appropriate for use on cycle routes.

All Rosehill Cycle Lane Defenders are versatile and substantial products, engineered for rapid installation in coherent cycle schemes.

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