Tell Enfield Council to take the orcas OUT
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Since the construction of segregated cycle lanes along the A105 (Green Lanes) between Enfield Town and Palmers Green, dozens of people have fallen over the rubber cycle lane dividers, known as armadillos or orcas. There have been so many falls as well as accidents and other incidents along this stretch that Enfield Council had to give in to public pressure and set up an incident reporting page (although they don't publicise it). It seems that nearly everyone in the local area knows of someone who has had a fall, but only a small number of these incidents are ever reported to the council.
Many local authorities have removed orcas as soon as it became apparent that they are dangerous to pedestrians and also cyclists; damage cars if drivers inadvertently hit then and have even caused accidents.
How many more ambulances will be called before Enfield Council removes these known trip hazards?
Do we have to wait until someone sufferers life changing injuries or is even killed as a result of falling over these orcas?
Please sign this petition urging Enfield Council to take the orcas OUT
Please circulate links to your friends, family and neighbours in the local area.
Petitions will also be available to sign in shops and other businesses along the A105, between Enfield Town and Palmers Green.
On behalf of Save Our Green Lanes
its where we live, work and shop
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