During a community event a few weeks ago at Five Way Junction in North Edinburgh, two elderly ladies suggested that adding surface markings to the paths may help to support responsible use of the network by all different users. They sometimes find cyclists pass them at speed, and it’s a bit scary.
They both refered to those in used at the Middle Meadow walk, at the Meadows, where white lines show the separation between the cycle and pedestrians paths.
What do you think? Would that help responsible use at the North Edinburgh paths network?