"Those of you with Facebook should have a look for a Facebook group/person called "Adelaide Police Locations" and you will get an idea of the level of intelligence currently driving 'legally' on our roads !"
"Agree that "computer" simulation is a poor replacement. What is necessary is a real simulator, ie, one that looks, feels, behaves and responds like a real vehicle, that would instantly sort out some of the wannabe boy racers.Game…"
"Heather, I appreciate your tireless efforts but the unfortunate reality is that addressing the outcome is not going to fix the underlying problem that starts on day one of learning to drive and nothing ever seems to happen after of those calls…"
Mike, I might contact the authority, if I can copy your picture and send that.
As I understand the situation, it is a bicycle lane that ends suddenly. There are some examples of similar situations for vehicles, but black and white signs are used to warn drivers. Are you familiar with the old Kintore Avenue -- Victoria Road intersection in the city. Several cyclists complained to me about that hazard. I reminded ACC a couple of times of the concrete protuberance into the bicycle lane, that squeezed cyclists out. That is if they had not run into concrete because it was hard to see at night (especially when going faster down the hill). ACC fixed it.
There may be a bicycle path on the OTHER side, so first cyclists must cross the road, a potential hazard surely with that busy road. That is, if the cyclist/s have not run off the road, or tried to move into the travel lane and been hit.