London Campaign to Slow Cyclists on Shared Path Gets Creative

London_art.jpgCourtesy: Daily Mail UK

This artwork along Regent’s Canal in North London goes to interesting depths to get cyclists to slow down while using the bike and pedestrian path. Given the sentiment among commenters to our post about bike and pedestrian conflicts on the Golden Gate Bridge paths, particularly that there are a few too many Lance Armstrong wannabes charging by, would a hyper-realistic path painting of the channel below be a deterrent to speeding or just too dizzying?

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