1. Alfred St, otherwise known as the most useless pedestrian area around.
    Yes seriously, like most other people you have probably never seen these messy signs at the entrance. http://goo.gl/maps/T2dGF
    Of course this is totally ignored and many people drive through there all the time, so just a normal street.
    Not helped by the dreadful design where the road looks like a road, and the paths like paths.

    1. It’s vastly better than it was before. And I say this as someone who walks through there several times a day. As it’s used all day by buses and delivery vehicles, I wouldn’t consider it strictly a pedestrian area. But certainly the council or university could help by enforcing the rules.

    2. Also it now looks different to what’s on street view. They spent a stupid amount of time digging it up (right at the start of a semester, worst possible time). Now is that semi-cobbled look. Are you referring to the revamp or the street view image?

      1. na not the street view image, that is a real shocker.
        Issue just is the sign suggests it is a shared space type area, but it functions like a normal street.

        1. Yeah I knew it was no vehicles apart from buses, service vehicles & ‘university business’, but all together there are so many of those that I never associated it with being a pedestrian street… despite how many times I have seen that sign :-/

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