Murray wrote:Perhaps they need lane separator islands on the approach to the slip lanes to prevent "early adopters" sneaking up the bike lane to get a head start on the slip lane. They'd have to slow down then, bikes would pass inside the island and get a very clear heads up of the start of said slip lane.
aaagh, NO. This would kill my strategy of leaving the bike lane to a) let the signalling car ahead turn b) stop the non signalling car from behind from turning into me. Bonus, this rewards drivers who bother to indicate left.
The worst corners on Northbourne do not have a slip lane and the absolute worst (I agree with the article) is cars turning right INTO Morphet St.
Its only a giveway, apparently it would be against national standards to have a stop sign.