Follow the Signs

The following picture was taken at the intersection of Cardigan Street and Kilner Lane, Camperdown.

OK, so lets say you want to go to ‘main or ‘te Bay. You ignore the other two signs and continue as directed. Pretty soon you’re dumped at this intersection.

Yes, that is really telling you to turn right onto Parramatta road. But due to the timing of the traffic lights, you’ll likely have three lanes all to yourself, the leftmost of which is a bus lane.

At the first possible opportunity (Gordon St) to turn left, there is another cycling sign. Eager to get off the main road, you take it. Despite the fact that this sign is giving you two new destinations, Glebe and City.

Pretty soon, you’re dumped on Pyrmont Bridge Road, which could really do with both a high quality bike lane and a reduction in the speed limit from 60 to 50. (I don’t know myself how to fix these problems for you).

From here on, the trail goes cold as far as I can tell (as in there being no more signs to tell you where to go). From start to finish, we’ve managed to cover a grand total of just 280 metres.

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