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Can we have a sign that says no rickshaws down here? Doesn't happen very often, but sometimes they stray outside their area and the Hare Krishnas have some kind of freight rickshaw thing they bring down here but there just is not enough space. They should take them down the road, not the path (heading east I had to overtake them, not too bad as it was quiet and there were convenient junctions in that section of the segregation to pull out then in again but if we had been heading west or I had been an oncoming cyclist that would have been less simple. The muppet then proceeded to pass me at a red light before stopping when the light turned green causing me to have to try and weave around him and the poor oncoming guy was just waiting on the other side of the junction for him to move out the way. I'm not sure where he went but I have a feeling he may have taken a banned turn - glad I wasn't entrusting my life to him, he did have passengers!)

To conclude: Signs reminding operators of wide machines (rickshaws, fright trailers, people pushing trolleys) to use the road (or pavement, for the latter) would be good (since the operator's intelligence seemingly can't be relied upon for that type of decision).

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