"Yes, that is exactly what I think! When the bike lane is in the door zone of parked cars, I take the space marked within it as exactly the space one shouldn't ride in. I usually ride right on the right-hand white line, as others have said."
"They have similar bi-directional on-road paths in Sydney and I have found them pleasant enough when using them. I don't think they will be a problem with the low volume of car and bike traffic that route currently has."
"Thank you for this. The Braund Bikeway has such potential but still has some way to go. We can only dream that it will reach the standard of the Rugby-Porter bikeway... (still not perfect, however).
Can I add a further suggestion? The few…"
"Yikes, that's how accidents happen! That's why I like to jump the red light a little and get a head start on the traffic turning left. That, or I would move up into the pedestrian crossing area (clear of people walking, of course) to make…"
"I can confirm that the bike counter counts passes on both sides of the bikeway. I saw the markings on the ground on both sides, and I have looked and checked that I have been counted as I rode past on the side the counter isn't on. Neat!
"Ah, having a closer look on Street view, it seems like it's not the fault of the guests here, but rather the van who has parked and left their car and thus blocked the hotel entry. Though of course, the guests should still probably not be…"