Confused foreign-speaking Boston cyclists get signs in five languages
Boston Borough Council has issued a multi-lingual no cycle warning after apparent confusion of the sign’s meaning.
Although signs in a red circle indicate something that is prohibited the absence of a diagonal bar is said to have often caused confusion to visitors from overseas.
It comes as Police in Boston are trying to crack down on cyclists ignoring the ‘no cycling’ signs.
They are reminding cyclists of the dangers they pose to pedestrians using footpaths and town centre ‘no cycling’ areas.
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One particular problem area is St Botolph’s footbridge over the river which is said to be used by lots of pedestrians and can get congested at busy times.